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Campus Progress’ Eduardo Garcia will join forces with hundreds of young activists from the U.S. and other countries to talk strategy, at this weekend’s Student Power Convergence.
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Matt Bors was recognized as a finalist in the Editorial Cartooning category.
Matt Bors receives a $15,000 prize and a sterling silver Tiffany trophy.
Halperin has directed Campus Progress for more than seven years.
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The President calls young adults “a driving force for change.”
What was good (and not-so-great) at Campus Progress this week.
If you have a hunger for journalism, you should apply to get paid to write for Campus Progress this summer.
An upcoming art fair at Power Shift explores the intersection of art and environmental justice.
Posted Monday, March 28, 2011 in Staff Blaahg by Alex Boley
The New York Times’ opinion feature on income inequality is slightly absurd.
Power Network Ohio Executive Director Gigi Traore—a Campus Progress Progressive Partner—met President Obama when he made a surprise drop-by at a roundtable conversation with young Americans at Cleveland State University two weeks ago.
10 additional organizations have signed onto a letter that Campus Progress and 37 other organizations sent to President Obama urging the Department of Education to issue regulations on for-profit colleges.
As the debate over proposed “gainful employment” regulations for for-profit colleges has intensified, leaders in the civil rights community and advocates for communities of color have come out in support of strong regulations.
Yesterday, Campus Progress released a media blast about the 30 second TV ad we’re running this week in Washington, DC cable markets calling out the misleading campaign tactics of the for profit college industry.
The Washington Post ran a letter today by CP’s own Angela Peoples which debunks an opinion piece offered last week by National Urban League President Mark Morial.
Welcome to the class of Spring 2011 writers at Campus Progress.
Not everything happens the way you plan it.
Posted Tuesday, December 21, 2010 in Staff Blaahg by Staff