BSC Takes Lead in Reducing Tuition “Sticker Shock”

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Taking decisive action to reverse the trend of skyrocketing college costs, Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) will decrease its published price for tuition and mandatory fees by more than 50 percent for the 2018-19 academic year, to $17,650. Known as a “tuition reset,” Birmingham-Southern’s new pricing initiative reverts tuition and mandatory fees back to the level they… Read more »

Spelman, Millsaps to Launch Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation Centers

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The Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) that Spelman and Millsaps Colleges are among ten colleges and universities nation-wide that will launch Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) Campus Centers to address racial issues on their campuses and in their communities. “In the aftermath of the horrific, heartbreaking events in Charlottesville, we must not be silent…. Read more »

Morehouse Interim President Bill Taggart, 1961-2017

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William Taggart

Morehouse College today announced the sudden and unexpected death of Interim President William “Bill” Taggart. Taggart had been on the job only a few months before his passing, and had spent the previous day participating enthusiastically in the annual meeting of the presidents of our member colleges and universities. ACS wishes to express our deep and sincere condolences… Read more »

Morehouse Celebrates 150 Years

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Morehouse College in Atlanta celebrated its 150th founder’s day event on February 14th, 2017. The day’s events included a talk by U.S. Representative Cedric Richmond (D-LA), the new chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, and official recognition in the U.S. House of Representatives,

Rhodes’ Scott Newstock: How to Think Like Shakespeare

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On the heels of Rhodes College’s “1616′” event, commemorating the year that William Shakespeare died, professor Scott L. Newstok (director of the Pearce Shakespeare Endowment at Rhodes) pens a provocative essay for the Chronicle of Higher Education. [image: the 1588 “Grafton Portrait” of a young man, once thought to portray a young William Shakespeare.]