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International Soccer Player misses home

Northeast Soccer player Valentina Haboush.

Luna Sierra, Reporter

October 10, 2017

Valentina Haboush is an international student of Northeast Community College in Norfolk, Nebraska. She is from Uruguay, South America and her major is Physical Education. She participated in Soccer Showcase in Florida and there she met and got to know the coach of the women’s soccer team at Northeast....

Business school dean says to grow female CEOs, get girls interested in finance (hint, cool shoes matter)

August 29, 2017

By Jane M. Von Bergen The Philadelphia Inquirer (TNS) PHILADELPHIA — Kudos to the STEM movement (science, technology, engineering and math) for building girls’ interests in science, engineering and technology, says Joyce Russell, dean of Villanova University’s nationally ranked business school. But...

For these startups, Silicon Valley’s diversity problem brings big business

For these startups, Silicon Valley’s diversity problem brings big business

May 2, 2017

SAN JOSE, Calif. — It’s one of the tech industry’s biggest embarrassments. But for a handful of startups, Silicon Valley’s lack of diversity is also a money-making machine. Capitalizing on the pressure Bay Area tech companies face to hire and promote more women and people of color, a new class o...

CEO of recruiting software company focuses on diversity

Jon Bischke, CEO of San Francisco startup Entelo, poses Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017, on the 24th floor of their offices in San Francisco, Calif. Entelo has developed software to help corporate recruiters find candidates for open positions. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group/TNS)

February 7, 2017

By Troy Wolverton The Mercury News (TNS) SAN FRANCISCO — At first glance, Jon Bischke would seem an unlikely spokesman for diversity. He’s white, 40, blonde — and the CEO of a tech company, an industry that’s been knocked for providing few opportunities for women, African-Americans and La...

Missouri to require all freshmen to undergo diversity training

Missouri to require all freshmen to undergo diversity training

October 12, 2015

By Eric Adler The Kansas City Star (TNS) KANSAS CITY, Mo.—The University of Missouri, which this week removed a student from its Columbia campus for shouting “the ‘N’ word” and other racial slurs at members of a black student group practicing for homecoming, announced Thursday that, as o...

Everyone Has a Story

Everyone Has a Story

Brittany Hinkel, Reporter/Cartoonist

February 14, 2012

As we walk through life, we face one undeniable fact: everybody is different. Everyone eats, drinks, sleeps, and talks differently. We all wear a different pair of shoes, so to speak. So why is this piece of information important? Without the diversity of each human being, the world would be a bland...

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