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Diversity a Winner at Olympics

Diversity a Winner at Olympics

by | August 21, 2016 If you believe in diversity like I do, the Olympic Games set a really high bar. Read more

WNBA Players Readily Step Up into Activist Role

by Lois Elfman | August 3, 2016
Experts discuss the female athletes’ civic responsibilities and whether these role models hav [...] Read more
University of Louisville Accepts President James Ramsey’s Resignation

University of Louisville Accepts President James Ramsey’s Resignation

by Claire Galofaro, Associated Press | July 28, 2016
LOUISVILLE, Ky. ― University of Louisville trustees accepted the resignation of embattled Pre [...] Read more

For the Black Athlete, Diversity and Inclusion Still the Elephant in Room

by Mark Robinson | July 20, 2016
In college sports, we are missing many of the key elements associated with the concept of diver [...] Read more
University, Coach Deny Discriminating Against Mormon Player

University, Coach Deny Discriminating Against Mormon Player

by Associated Press | July 18, 2016
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho ― Idaho State University’s former assistant tennis coach and the univers [...] Read more
Mississippi State’s Bully Mascot Settles with ESPN

Mississippi State’s Bully Mascot Settles with ESPN

by Associated Press | July 15, 2016
ABERDEEN, Miss. ― A former Mississippi State University cheerleader has settled her wrongful [...] Read more
University of Iowa to Lay Off Ex-athletic Official Who Sued

University of Iowa to Lay Off Ex-athletic Official Who Sued

by Ryan J. Foley, Associated Press | July 13, 2016
IOWA CITY, Iowa ― The University of Iowa is planning to lay off a former top athletic adminis [...] Read more
University of Louisville President Doesn’t Offer Resignation as New Board Meets

University of Louisville President Doesn’t Offer Resignation as New Board Meets

by Bruce Schreiner, Associated Press |
LOUISVILLE, Ky. ― University of Louisville President James Ramsey’s status remained in limb [...] Read more
University of Tennessee Settles Title IX Lawsuit for $2.48M

University of Tennessee Settles Title IX Lawsuit for $2.48M

by Steve Megargee, Associated Press | July 6, 2016
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. ― The University of Tennessee is paying $2.48 million to settle a lawsuit fi [...] Read more
NCAA: Baruch College Gave Players More Than $255K in Improper Benefits

NCAA: Baruch College Gave Players More Than $255K in Improper Benefits

by By Samantha Pell, Associated Press | June 30, 2016
NEW YORK ― Baruch College gave 30 student-athletes more than $255,000 in improper benefits ov [...] Read more
Fired Coach Art Briles Lambastes Baylor University

Fired Coach Art Briles Lambastes Baylor University

by Jim Vertuno, Associated Press | June 17, 2016
AUSTIN, Texas ― Fired Baylor coach Art Briles is ripping his former employer, accusing the sc [...] Read more
Former Yale Basketball Captain Sues School Over Expulsion

Former Yale Basketball Captain Sues School Over Expulsion

by Associated Press | June 9, 2016
NEW HAVEN, Conn. ― Former Yale basketball captain Jack Montague filed a lawsuit Thursday accu [...] Read more

Muhammad Ali Moved People Out of Their Comfort Zones

by Elwood D. Watson | June 5, 2016
Muhammad Ali, known in his early life as Cassius Clay, was one of the most controversial figure [...] Read more
Muhammad Ali, Undisputedly ‘The Greatest’

Muhammad Ali, Undisputedly ‘The Greatest’

by | June 4, 2016
Muhammad Ali. Who among us today can suppress a smile of appreciation at the mere mention of th [...] Read more
Washington Names Jennifer Cohen New Athletic Director

Washington Names Jennifer Cohen New Athletic Director

by Tim Booth, Associated Press | May 24, 2016
SEATTLE ― For the second time in the past 10 years, Washington chose continuity at the top of [...] Read more
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