Increasing number of white and other non-black students at historically black universities

Elizabeth ("Elissa") Hallaren, center left, talks to her classmate, Janet Perez, center right, after a psychiatric and mental health nursing class at Hampton university on Monday, September 27, 2010. As a nursing senior at Hampton University, Hallaren is part of an increasing number of white and other non-black students choosing to attend historically black universities and colleges such as HU.
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( Sangjib Min / Daily Press / September 27, 2010 )

Elizabeth ("Elissa") Hallaren, center left, talks to her classmate, Janet Perez, center right, after a psychiatric and mental health nursing class at Hampton university on Monday, September 27, 2010. As a nursing senior at Hampton University, Hallaren is part of an increasing number of white and other non-black students choosing to attend historically black universities and colleges such as HU.

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