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NCAA Board OKs Anti-discrimination Measure for Event Bidding

NCAA Board OKs Anti-discrimination Measure for Event Bidding

by Associated Press | April 28, 2016   INDIANAPOLIS ― The NCAA Board of Governors adopted an anti-discrimination measure Wedn Read more
Prince Pushed the Envelope and Delivered

Prince Pushed the Envelope and Delivered

by | April 25, 2016
Prince, at one point The Artist formerly known as Prince before reclaiming his name in 1998, wa [...] Read more

Melton Breaks Down Diversity Barriers in Intercollegiate Sports

by Christina Sturdivant | April 17, 2016
Nicole Melton has spent the last four years of her budding career in higher education teaching [...] Read more
UNC President: Campuses Must Follow Transgender Law

UNC President: Campuses Must Follow Transgender Law

by Martha Waggoner, Associated Press | April 7, 2016
RALEIGH, N.C. — The 17 campuses in the University of North Carolina system will follow th [...] Read more

Colleges, Universities Traveling Different Paths to Diversity

by Reginald Stuart | April 6, 2016
Colleges and universities are taking different measures to make their campuses not only diverse [...] Read more
Emmert: North Carolina Law Could Make NCAA Turn Away

Emmert: North Carolina Law Could Make NCAA Turn Away

by Ralph D. Russo, Associated Press | March 31, 2016
HOUSTON ― For the second straight year, NCAA President Mark Emmert faced questions at his Fin [...] Read more
Pitt Settles Locker Room Case with Transgender Student

Pitt Settles Locker Room Case with Transgender Student

by Associated Press | March 30, 2016
JOHNSTOWN, Pa. ― The University of Pittsburgh has settled a lawsuit brought by a transgender [...] Read more
Kansas May Allow Campus Religious Groups to Restrict Members

Kansas May Allow Campus Religious Groups to Restrict Members

by Melissa Hellmann, Associated Press | March 15, 2016
TOPEKA, Kan. ― Kansas is close to enacting a measure that would allow university religious gr [...] Read more

Advocacy Groups Demand NCAA Part Ways with Title IX Exempt Schools

by Catherine Morris | March 13, 2016
A coalition of more than 80 advocacy groups are demanding that the NCAA divest from all religio [...] Read more
Transgender Student Elated Governor Vetoed Bill

Transgender Student Elated Governor Vetoed Bill

by Associated Press | March 1, 2016
PIERRE, S.D. ― A transgender high school student in Sioux Falls says that he’s elated that [...] 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
Indiana Lt. Gov. Eyeing Job Leading Ivy Tech CC System

Indiana Lt. Gov. Eyeing Job Leading Ivy Tech CC System

by Brian Slodysko, Associated Press | December 23, 2015
  INDIANAPOLIS ― Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has raised the possibility of an unusual split [...] Read more
E. Tennessee State Identifies Certain Restrooms as Gender-neutral

E. Tennessee State Identifies Certain Restrooms as Gender-neutral

by Associated Press | December 21, 2015
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. ― East Tennessee State University has updated some restrooms in academic [...] Read more

Dishonor Roll ― The Schools that Sought Exemptions To Legally Discriminate Against LGBT Students

by Emil Guillermo | December 20, 2015
The Human Rights Campaign, an activist group, urges the U.S. Department of Education to take ac [...] Read more
Northern Indiana College Granted Waiver From LGBT Law

Northern Indiana College Granted Waiver From LGBT Law

| December 13, 2015
by Associated Press MISHAWAKA, Ind. — A northern Indiana school is among the more than two do [...] Read more
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