Colleges across the country segregate dorms, clubs, orientations, and graduations.
Separate but Equal, Again? Dion J. Pierre argues that 65 years after Brown v. Board of Education, Yale still segregates students by race.
Did you miss our launch event? Read this for a brief of Peter Wood's and Dion J. Pierre's presentation. A link to the Livestream is included.
NAS launches its latest report studying the history and growth of neo-segregation in American higher education.
Join the National Association of Scholars in Washington, D.C., on April 29, 2019, for the launch event of our latest report.
Impoverished Whites and underprivileged African-Americans have more in common than meets the eye.
The recent attempts to include more women and racial minorities in STEM fields could have drawbacks.
When it comes to de-commemoration, lines must be drawn.
NAS's Dion Pierre comments on a recent column from David Brooks on "wokeness."
NAS's Peter Wood and Dion Pierre write that Trinity College, along with other schools around the country, needs to draw a line between legitimate and illegitimate claims of academic freedom.
Declining freshman enrollment at Mizzou is, at the least, an indication that parents are thinking twice before sending checks to institutions where students are doing everything but learning –or where their safety is at risk.
Is Harvard's all black graduation a benign trend or a step backwards?
Dion J. Pierre begins his exploration of race on the modern American campus.