Fisk back in SACS' good graces

Calling it "sort of another Jubilee Day," Fisk University President James Williams yesterday announced that the historically black school has had its accreditation reaffirmed by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and been removed from probation. Williams and other Fisk leaders have been pushing through various reforms — including the sale of part of its Stieglitz art collection — and raising money to shore up the finances of the university, which was in the black for 2012-13 and again through the first quarter of its fiscal 2014.