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After a football star at Alcorn State is revealed to be a registered sex offender, some ask why NCAA is resisting demands that it ban colleges from enrolling such athletes.
Chapel Hill punished some employees for their roles in athletic scandal. Should someone punish those who left for jobs at other institutions?
As Bates College aims to combat excessive drinking, administrators anger students by unilaterally canceling a popular drinking event held until now every Halloween season.
The NCAA's Graduation Success Rate for college athletes is at an all-time high, but critics continue to question its definition of success.
Adjuncts at Tufts say their first union contract, which includes significant pay and job security gains and a right to be interviewed for full-time positions, could be a model for new unions in negotiations elsewhere.
Heads of higher education associations often make more than the presidents of the colleges they represent.
More than 3,100 students participated in no-show courses at UNC Chapel Hill, and nearly half of them were athletes.
At a panel on the state of college athletics, a former Congressman says a presidential commission on college sports is all but inevitable.
The movie "Dear White People" is "a satire about being a black face in a white place." Does it accurately portray race relations on mostly white campuses?
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