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Law Enforcement Extends Free Pass to Florida State Athletes?

New York Times shows justice in America apparently is no problem for African-American men who are FSU football players.

The universities are getting around Florida’s open government laws through dozens of private corporations that have been created over the years to oversee everything from athletic programs to dorm construction to salaries.

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Having a world-class athletic program can be a great source of pride for a president and his or her institution, and can galvanize current students and alumni alike.

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Lane College Plans Layoffs

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JACKSON, Tenn. ― Lane College President Logan Hampton says he must cut staff to align expenses with current revenues.

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A group of Brigham Young University students is protesting the Mormon Church-owned school’s ban on something its namesake once sported: a beard.

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Police say they have captured the man charged in the disappearance of a University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.

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Higher education creates a bad example with Florida State University’s Heisman Trophy winner.

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Whether it’s fostering respect for diversity, discussing sports stories in the headlines or navigating the changing landscape of college sports, women play a vital role.

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Five certified athletic trainers from Thibodaux Regional Medical Center will work with Nicholls State University through an agreement making the hospital the official sports medicine provider for the university’s athletics program.

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Syracuse University has suspended a women’s soccer player for using a homophobic and racial slur.

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