Nezy Smith walks on the campus of Temple University in Philadelphia, Pa. By sophomore year, Smith joined the roughly 25 to 40 percent of black and Hispanic students who start at Lehigh but don't finish.
Nezy Smith walks on the campus of Temple University in Philadelphia, Pa. By sophomore year, Smith joined the roughly 25 to 40 percent of black and Hispanic students who start at Lehigh but don't finish. Jay Gorodetzer/MCT
Nezy Smith walks on the campus of Temple University in Philadelphia, Pa. By sophomore year, Smith joined the roughly 25 to 40 percent of black and Hispanic students who start at Lehigh but don't finish. Jay Gorodetzer/MCT

Can universities keep the minority students they woo?

February 22, 2011 03:29 PM

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