Monthly Archives: April 2015

Just released: 100 Questions and Answers About Veterans

“100 Questions and Answers About Veterans: A Guide for Civilians” is now available. The guide was produced in the Michigan State University School of Journalism with significant help from journalists and veterans around the country. The guide, the eighth in … Continue reading

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FBI adds hate crimes against Sikhs, Hindus, Arab Americans

The FBI has announced that its mechanism for gathering reports on hate crimes against Sikhs, Hindus and Arab Americans is operational. Quantifying is an important step on the road to understanding a problem and then solving it. The FBI announced … Continue reading

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Islam catching Christianity as world’s largest religion

Muslims will nearly match Christians by 2050 The Pew Research Center’s Future of World Religions study projects this month that Islam is growing much faster than Christianity and that he two will have nearly equal numbers of followers by mid-century. … Continue reading

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Can U.S. sustain international student bubble?

International student enrollment at U.S. colleges and universities has risen about 14 percent, according to a March 25 report by the Department of Homeland Security. The Wall Street Journal reported that international enrollments have risen 50 percent since 2010 and … Continue reading

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