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Investigation of Winona State Coach Finds No Wrongdoing

Investigation of Winona State Coach Finds No Wrongdoing

by Associated Press | February 2, 2016 WINONA, Minn. ― Winona State University’s president says an independent investigation into Read more

Cam Newton as Today’s Cassius Clay

by Emil Guillermo | January 31, 2016
The hype of Super Bowl 50 is well underway, but it began last week with a bold blast of truth f [...] Read more
U. of Iowa Settles Male Track Coach Discrimination Lawsuit

U. of Iowa Settles Male Track Coach Discrimination Lawsuit

by David Pitt, Associated Press | January 27, 2016
DES MOINES, Iowa ― The University of Iowa confirmed Wednesday it will pay nearly $200,000 to [...] Read more
AP Sources: UConn Athletic Director Warde Manuel Offered Michigan Job

AP Sources: UConn Athletic Director Warde Manuel Offered Michigan Job

by Pat Eaton-Robb, Associated Press |
  STORRS, Conn. ― Two high ranking University of Connecticut officials say the school’ [...] Read more

Title IX Exclusion and Marginalization Needs to Change

by Jacqueline McDowell | January 19, 2016
We have a law that was meant to protect many, but is too focused on a few — those participati [...] Read more

NCAA Program Putting Qualifying Members on Right Track Academically

by Reginald Stuart | January 18, 2016
The Accelerating Academic Success Program is an effort to help so-called “limited-resource” [...] Read more
Campus Center Named for LeBron James Charity may be Delayed

Campus Center Named for LeBron James Charity may be Delayed

by Associated Press | January 14, 2016
AKRON, Ohio ― A contractor dispute may delay the opening of the LeBron James Family Foundatio [...] Read more
Texas: No Evidence of Academic Misconduct

Texas: No Evidence of Academic Misconduct

by Jim Vertuno, Associated Press | January 13, 2016
SAN ANTONIO ― The University of Texas says an internal investigation has found no evidence of [...] Read more

Why Efforts to Ban Student-Athlete Protests Would Backfire

by Dexter Blackman | January 4, 2016
Such actions would likely spark Black student-athletes to protest the discrimination they endur [...] Read more
Settlement Reached in Tennessee Discrimination Lawsuit

Settlement Reached in Tennessee Discrimination Lawsuit

by Steve Megargee, Associated Press |
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. ― Former Tennessee associate director of sports medicine Jenny Moshak and tw [...] Read more

Tony Elliot Leading Clemson to Victory

by Autumn A. Arnett | December 30, 2015
Clemson University’s Tony Elliott was once a walk-on for the team he now serves as co-offensi [...] Read more

Orange Bowl Rivals Join Forces on Native American Education

by Pearl Stewart | December 28, 2015
Clemson University and the University of Oklahoma partner to reduce dropout rate of Native Amer [...] Read more

Title IX Waivers Used to Discriminate Against LGBT Students

by Autumn A. Arnett | December 27, 2015
Fifty-six institutions of higher education—mostly religion-affiliated institutions—have sou [...] Read more
Concordia College Ending Football Program

Concordia College Ending Football Program

by Associated Press | December 23, 2015
SELMA, Ala. ― Another small college in Alabama is shutting down its football program. The Sel [...] Read more

HBCUs Break Through to Join College Football Bowl Lineup

by Reginald Stuart | December 16, 2015
Historically Black colleges are set to be back in the national spotlight this weekend when the [...] Read more
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