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An associate professor at Berea College was found dead on his property yesterday, according to the Madison County coroner. This comes less than two weeks after his arrest on child porn-related charges.

@VanguardSTEM  Contemporary, LIVING Senior#BlackandSTEM  Scientists include Dr. Roy Scudder-Davis. Sudies reptilian behaviour, professor of biology & faculty of the African and African American Studies at Berea College (Kentucky, U.S.A.). #AmplifyBlackSTEM 

Op-Ed: Berea College stands by founding tenet: That we are all one blood

Berea College pays tribute to those who have lost their battle to COVID-19 with their flag at half-staff.

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Inside Berea College’s decision not to put classes online

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Inside Berea College’s decision not to put classes online

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Inside Berea College’s Decision Not To Put Classes Online via @forbes 

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When students couldn't afford to pay tuition, Berea College eliminated it. In 1920, its board of trustees ruled any unrestricted money given to the school would be invested in an endowment to grow over time. The endowment is now worth about $1.2 billion.

When students couldn't afford to pay tuition, Berea College eliminated it. In 1920, its board of trustees ruled any unrestricted money given to the school would be invested in an endowment to grow over time. The endowment is now worth about $1.2 billion.

When students couldn't afford to pay tuition, Berea College eliminated it. In 1920, its board of trustees ruled any unrestricted money given to the school would be invested in an endowment to grow over time. The endowment is now worth about $1.2 billion.

Berea College only admits high-performing, low-income students; it's completely free and requires students to work for the school. The formula seems to work: It has a $1.2bn endowment and is among the top 50 liberal-arts colleges in the US #SchemeandScandal  #CollegeAdmissions 

When students couldn't afford to pay tuition, Berea College eliminated it. In 1920, its board of trustees ruled any unrestricted money given to the school would be invested in an endowment to grow over time. The endowment is now worth about $1.2 billion.

When students couldn't afford to pay tuition, Berea College eliminated it. In 1920, its board of trustees ruled any unrestricted money given to the school would be invested in an endowment to grow over time. The endowment is now worth about $1.2 billion.

When students couldn't afford to pay tuition, Berea College eliminated it. In 1920, its board of trustees ruled any unrestricted money given to the school would be invested in an endowment to grow over time. The endowment is now worth about $1.2 billion.

Berea College, a small institution that charges no tuition and serves primarily low-income students, would now be among the institutions subject to a tax on endowments:

Berea College in Berea, Kentucky, which does not charge tuition and enrolls low-income students, loses out in tax bill

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Congratulations , you used a Byrd Rule challenge to make sure a luxury tax hits the endowment of Berea College, which offers free tuition to poor families sending their first children to college.

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