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    By Dianne Anderson A few things pushed Greedley Harris toward a field in counseling, namely a close call as a freshman in high school. As an honor roll middle school student, Harris took all the right classes he needed for advanced placement, but his counselor — for whatever reason — tracked him into the lowest ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Getting Black students to campus, and nurturing them all the way to graduation is what sets the University of California at Riverside numbers apart from most other four-year college campuses. It’s probably because the students know they have a place to call home. On October 27, Black high schoolers will come far ...