Supporters say it would preserve the constitutional right of free association on college campuses.
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Higher tuition, diversity drive universities’ recruiting push
It's an odd moment in American race relations.
Last year, Del. Alfonso Lopez, D-Arlington, tried to convince the General Assembly to allow undocumented students to pay in-state tuition.
Our brightest low-income high schoolers are overwhelmingly unlikely to apply to our best colleges, and it's bad news for economic growth and for income equality
In the last 30 years, the country has become steadily more racially diverse -- and so have many American colleges.
Stakes are high for blacks and Latinos, who graduate at lower rates and take on more debt than their white and Asian-American peers.
Responding to more than two years of lobbying
A coalition of college students and immigration activists will kick off a campaign calling for "tuition equality" for illegal immigrants at New Jersey colleges.
Opening the campus to greater diversity — a necessary step for becoming a university — has spurred conflict and tension