June 23, 2013 After California banned affirmative action in 1996, the percentages of black and Latino students at UCLA quickly began to fall. The school tried to remedy the problem by changing the factors it considered in its admissions decisions. The percentages of minority students rebounded. But then the school was accused of breaking the law.
June 21, 2013 SCPRThe Orange County Register in Southern California recently started devoting weekly sections to local universities, after the paper approached the schools to fund the sections. Critics say it's a breach of ethics, while supporters say journalism needs to find new ways to pay for itself.
June 21, 2013 Raise Labs puts microfunding for scholarships to the test.
June 15, 2013 The United Negro College Fund's new campaign shows just how much the way we talk about and around race has changed.