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Harvard Students Stage Sit-In Protest After Professor Denied Tenure

50 Harvard students occupied a campus building on Monday to protest the university’s decision to deny tenure to professor García Peña, who they argue should be part of a ethnic studies program they are also demanding. Over  4,000 students signed a petition that calls on the university to release confidential communications between Harvard officials regarding Peña’s tenure review.

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UConn to Hold Course on ‘Managing Microaggressions’

The University of Connecticut (UConn) recently announced that its School of Social Work department has received funding for two new fellowships, which will be allocated toward a course called “Managing Microaggressions in the Classroom Using Dialogue” and another called “Student Led Circles of Justice.”

Protesters rally at Teachers College at Columbia University October 10, 2007, in New York City. Black professor Madonna Constantine discovered a hangman's noose on her office door at the prestigious college yesterday sparking anger at the campus. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)