Changing the Equation in Higher Education Policy

 

Other Publications

 
 
 
 
 

On Education

 

Shut Out of the System, Black Issues in Higher Education, June 3, 2004

 

Higher ed and low-income students – Budget cuts are forcing the state’s universities to pare enrollments while raising fees and tuition. How does this affect low-income students? California Journal, June 2004

 

Has the State Become an Albatross?  Some of Virginia’s public universities are seeking greater freedom, National Crosstalk, Spring 2004

 

Best of the College Rankings, Princeton Alumni Weekly, October 8, 2003

 

Colorado’s Grand Experiment – Voucher program could give the state’s colleges a new lease on life, National Crosstalk, Spring 2003

 

Dollars & Sense -- Princeton’s ambitious financial aid program is changing the makeup of the student body, but is it good for higher education? Princeton Alumni Weekly, April 23, 2003

 

Extra Credit, Extra Criticism, Black Issues in Higher Education, October 26, 2000.

 

UC Professors Cleared After Federal Probe Into Grants, San Francisco Chronicle, May 2, 1999

 

Overbooked – State Universities Unready for Sea of Students, San Francisco Chronicle, March 30, 1999

 

Part-Time Instructors Busy Working Overtime, San Francisco Chronicle, May 1, 1998

 

Scandal at Monterey Naval School, San Francisco Chronicle, January 16, 1998

 

UC Berkeley Cuts Back on Library Book-Buying – Emphasis on Computers Worries Some, San Francisco Chronicle, December 9, 1997

 

Worth of SAT Exam Questioned, San Francisco Chronicle, November 11, 1997

 

Brave New Campus – Cal State Monterey Bay, San Francisco Chronicle, October 7, 1997

 

The Long Goodbye, Lingua Franca, June/July 1997

 

Scholars Gather in Berkeley to Talk About Whiteness, San Francisco Chronicle, April 12, 1997

 

Privatization Tugs at Public Universities – Competition for cash brings profound change, San Francisco Chronicle, August 5, 1996

 

 

On Race and Diversity

 

Exposing the Truth and Fiction of Racial Data, California Journal, August 2003

 

Diversity Drama at the University of California, Salon.com, June 24, 2002

 

A Colorblind California?Salon.com, May 9, 2002

 

Voice of Dissent, interview with Dr. John McWhorterBlack Issues in Higher Education, May 10, 2001

 

Ebonics Tests Linguistic Definition – Politics tempers rules, scholars say, San Francisco Chronicle, December 26, 1996

 

Lesbians Want U.N. Recognition, San Francisco Chronicle, September 9, 1995

 

 

 

On Immigration

 

Pulling Back on Extended Families, San Francisco Chronicle, August 2, 1995

 

Twenty Years Out of Saigon, San Francisco Chronicle, April 16, 1995 

 

Opponents Plan Campaign to Block Prop. 187, San Francisco Free Press, November 9, 1994

 

Feinstein May Have Employed Undocumented Housekeeper, San Francisco Free Press, November 3, 1994

 

Many Stops Along the Smuggler's Trail, San Francisco Chronicle, December 15, 1993

 

Deportees Face Harsh Penalties, San Francisco Chronicle, November 24, 1993

 

Business of Human Smuggling Tests U.S. Immigration Policies, San Francisco Chronicle, April 30, 1993 

 

Grim Life for Smuggled Chinese, San Francisco Chronicle, April 29, 1993

 

 

On Asian Culture:

 

A Cross-Cultural Training, Foundation News & Commentary, September/October 2000

 

At tmut – A Cambodian Virtue Perseveres Through Hardship, Wildflowers Institute, Studies 2000 Curriculum

 

Bullet Marasigan – A Filipina American Study in Contradictions, Wildflowers Institute, Studies 2000 Curriculum

 

Ancient Art, Ancient Artists, San Francisco Chronicle, February 26, 1997

 

 

On China

 

Upheaval in China Seen as Unlikely – Academics, Politicians, assess future after Deng, San Francisco Chronicle, February 20, 1997

 

China, U.S. Clash Over Garbage – S.F. Exporter Jailed in Smuggling Case, San Francisco Chronicle, January 20, 1997

 

Women’s Status in China -- Beyond the ClichesSan Francisco Chronicle

September 13, 1995

 

A Cantonese Failure, Far Eastern Economic Review, November 1, 1990

 

Beijing, June 1989, Princeton Alumni Weekly, September 27, 1989

 

 

On Politics

 

Coming Home, California Journal, October 2004 

 

Movin' on, California Journal, August 2004

 

Beam me up (To Youngstown!) -- Despite his conviction, his expulsion from the U.S. House and a really bad hairpiece, former Ohio Rep. Jim Traficant will find that some in Youngstown still love him, Salon.com, July 25, 2002 (pdf)

 

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