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The Bonfire Collapse at Texas A&M University (A)
In the early morning hours of November 18, 1999, Texas A&M University experienced a catastrophic event that quickly became one of the biggest media stories of the year.
The Bonfire Collapse at Texas A&M University (B)
In the aftermath of an unprecedented and tragic event that had captured the nation’s attention, Texas A&M President Ray Bowen was responsible for deciding the optimal form and substance of what was sure to be a closely-watched and emotionally-charged investigation of the bonfire collapse
University of Massachusetts at Boston
In the fall of 1992 a series of graffiti incidents aimed at an individual student and women students and faculty members occurs at the University of Massachusetts at Boston, in spite of the various programs and offices which work to promote tolerance on campus.
Benton State University
Benton State, a public university in a multicultural community, adopts a multilingual policy on campus. Debate ensues between supporters of the policy who applaud this recognition of diversity and those who oppose the policy as a faddish attempt to be politically correct.
River View College
Anne Williams, a student who is a born-again Christian, refuses to meet with her assigned counselor, who is Muslim.
Springfield State University
African-American students at Springfield State wish to build a free-standing African American Cultural Center at a central campus location.
Valley State University
In her mind, Valley State President Martha Lambert has already made the tough decision—to build a free-standing Latino Cultural Center in a central campus location.
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