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Writing prof: Grading based on quality is racist

American University in Washington, D.C. is hosting an event on Feb. 1 on "antiracist" grading with a professor who serves as director of a writing center which argues that American grammar is a "racist," "unjust language structure."

Getting the word out about SNAP benefits

Nearly 60 percent of college students experiencing food insecurity who could be eligible for help through a $68 billion federal nutrition assistance program don’t participate in it, according to a new Government Accountability Office (GAO) report.