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Mandel School study examines CWRU perceptions of East Cleveland

“East Cleveland and Case Western benefit from a strong urban university that is productively connected to its surrounding neighborhoods, making it important to support and build on these positive existing relationships and efforts,” they said.

Dr. Robinson named president of Florida State

As the vice president for Learning and Engagement, Robinson provided leadership and administrative oversight for all aspects of the development, review and implementation of the college’s academic credit curriculum,

Bryant and Straton to host Career Fair

Bryant & Stratton College is a private career college delivering outcomes based education and training through a flexible, contemporary curriculum in a personalized environment.

The four Ps to a perfect prom

I started designing my prom dress a little over a year ago and the last time I put a pencil or eraser on it was March of 2014.

Summer Matters: Students and Summer Learning

Summer Learning, whether in summer school or part of a summer camp, is essential to ensure students don’t fall behind in their academic progress.

The Call &Post salutes Sabrina Humphries

In 2004, her students received an honorable mention in the History Day Competition. As cheerleader advisor, her squad won first place in the city-wide competition.

Black teen accepted to all eight Ivy League Schools

Enin volunteers in the Stony Brook University Hospital radiology department and hopes to pursue a career in medicine, possibly to become a cardiologist or neurologist.

Now boarding: Students looking for ‘A Better Chance’

“A Better Chance has opened so many doors for my children. They have equipped them with the best educational opportunities available,” said Monica Miller.

Central State alum Joshua Smith announces million dollar gift to Central State University

Smith is a cum laude graduate of Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio, and did graduate work in law and business administration at the University of Akron and Central Michigan University.

State of Black children dismal at best

According to the report, the number of Black children in poverty has been holding steady for over the last decade at 10 to 11 million. Unfortunately, the same children haven’t fared that well in society. They are the poorest children ...

Ohio State names California educator as president

Drake is an ophthalmology professor who also is a published textbook author. In 2005 he was named the fifth chancellor of UC Irvine, where he also served as a professor.

Black History Month Events

Celebrate Black History Month

Register for NewBridge Afterschool Programs

NewBridge Afterschool Arts and Technology Classes

Powell returns to CSU as “Lecturer in Residence”

In a separate discussion for women only, Powell will present: “BLURRED LINES: Love, Hip Hop, Basketball, and The Young Black Woman.”

Musical Dreamgirls to be presented by Akron School

A special soul food dinner will be served between the matinee and the evening performance of Dreamgirls on Sat., Nov. 23, 2013.