A counseling group for white students who feel nervous around people who dance on the beat and prefer seasoning was forced to rebrand itself after students at the University of Maryland objected to a flyer for a campus support group dedicated to discussing race.
A new report reveals major disparities between the rate of black high school graduates and the rate of black students enrolled at flagship state institutions. Among the findings: Nine of the 10 states with the biggest gaps were found in the South.
Looks like Army 2nd Lt. Richard Collins III may still get justice yet, now that a Prince George’s County, Md., grand jury decided Tuesday to hand up a hate crime charge against Sean Urbanski, a white University of Maryland student accused of fatally stabbing Collins.
Sean Christopher Urbanski, the white University of Maryland student who is accused of stabbing and killing black Bowie State student Richard Collins III on May 20, has been indicted on charges in the crime and will be heading to trial, but he will not be facing hate crime charges.
The University of Maryland has tapped a national leader in multicultural education as its new chief diversity officer after complaints from students about a hostile racial climate on the College Park campus and that the school was not doing enough.
While many families across the country are celebrating this year’s graduating class of 2017, Richard Collins III’s family is in the midst of planning his funeral after he was killed, authorities say, by Sean Urbanski, a man who loved killing deer and loved the Baltimore Ravens.
According to the Capital Gazette, a civilian employee of the Anne Arundel County, Md., Police Department has been suspended after making an insensitive comment on Facebook about the slaying of Richard Collins III.
Updated Monday, May 22, 2017, 9:02 p.m. EDT: During a press conference Monday, Angela D. Alsobrooks, state attorney for Prince George’s County, Md., said that Sean Urbanski’s motives for stabbing Richard Collins III to death were still unclear, the New York Times reports.
I don’t know if University of Maryland women’s basketball star Destiny Slocum could hit this shot again if she wanted to, but during the Terps’ rout of West Virginia to advance to the Sweet 16, Slocum chucked a 70-foot two-hand overhead shot right before halftime.
Once again the white supremacists are trying to ruin school for everyone, this time putting up signs promoting America as “a white nation” on the campus of George Washington University in Washington, D.C.,, sparking outcry.
The story of Steve Francis is becoming more bizarre by the minute.