The College Student Affairs Journal

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Volume 30 #1, 2011

(*Manuscript accepted under the editorship of Dennis Gregory.)

CONTENTS

EDITORIAL COMMENTARY
Beyond Affirmative Action in College: Fostering Culturally Responsive Climates in a Political World, T. Elon Dancy.

ARTICLES
1. The SSAO Factor: The Role of Senior Student Affairs Officers in Building and Sustaining Inclusive Campus Communities, Jeffrey L. Wilson and Mimi Wolverton*

2. Variability in Reported Student Learning as a Result of Participating in a Student Conduct System, Matthew T. Stimpson and Steven M. Janosik*

3. Big-Time College Sport in Black and White: Perceptions of the Impact of Athletics on Campus, Aaron W. Clopton and Brian Bourke*

4. Linking Home Communalism to College Adjustment and Institutional Attachment for African American and European American Undergraduates, Kenneth M. Tyler, Keisha Love, Deneia Thomas, Patton O. Garriott, Carrie Brown, and Clarissa Roan-Belle*

5. Black and Gay in College: A Review of the Experiences of Students in Double Jeopardy, Wilma J. Henry, Erica M. Richards, and Katherine M. Fuerth*

6. Examination of Faculty Attitudes Toward Division I College Student-Athletes, Eddie Comeaux*

BOOK REVIEW
Helping Sophomores Succeed: Understanding and Improving the Second Year Experience, by Mary S. Hunter, Barbara F. Tobolowsky, John Gardner and Associates. Reviewed by Romeshia Thomas.

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