A historian specializing in African American studies, Holloway received his undergraduate degree from Stanford University, where he played football with New Jersey U.S. Sen. Cory Booker, according to his official Northwestern University biography.
SOURCE: Yale Daily News
The African-American historian, who’s heading to Northwestern as provost, faced criticism last spring for taking two days to denounce racist Halloween incidents.
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