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Howard University Rethinks Academic Legacy

Howard University is under scrutiny for a rigorous academic overhaul proposed by university president Sidney Ribeau. The university is considering whether to slash 20 of its nearly 200 academic programs.

Howard University Rethinks Academic Legacy

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Sexuality, Racial Identity Debut At Sundance Festival

The Sundance Film Festival has drawn big Hollywood stars and aspiring film makers alike to Park City, Utah. Boston Globe film critic Wesley Morris talks with host Michel Martin about some of his favorite films from this year's event.

Sexuality, Racial Identity Debut At Sundance Festival

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Crystal Bowersox: Life After 'American Idol'

American Idol is back with a new season. Last year, dreadlocked mom Crystal Bowersox wowed the judges and audiences with her vocal talent, finishing in second place for the season. Here, Bowersox describes her life and her new album.

Crystal Bowersox: Life After 'American Idol'

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