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Demonstrator's sign in front of the US Supreme Court saying "Roe v. Wade Is Extinct."
Jul 27, 2022
Colleges are navigating murky legal territory on abortion issues following the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade. Questions loom, but answers are scarce.

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July 27, 2022
Colleges are navigating murky legal territory on abortion issues following the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade. Questions loom, but answers are scarce.
June 28, 2022
Some religious colleges are celebrating the demise of federal abortion rights while others are taking a more nuanced stance. A rare few are condemning the Supreme Court’s decision outright.
March 2, 2022
Four conservative Supreme Court justices criticize a ruling by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court that said a college wasn’t exempt.
June 22, 2021
Justices unanimously rule the NCAA cannot bar compensation for education-related benefits. But the narrow ruling may not upend the NCAA amateurism model as much as some had hoped (and feared).
April 1, 2021
The hearing on what could be a landmark case on college athlete compensation was focused on athlete exploitation and the potential destruction of the college sports model.
March 9, 2021
Groups focused on speech rights and religious liberties celebrated the ruling, which hinged on question of whether claims for nominal damages were sufficient to keep case from becoming moot.
September 28, 2020
Amy Coney Barrett, if confirmed to the Supreme Court, could have a sweeping impact on colleges and universities.
September 21, 2020
The justice, who died Friday, wrote decisions that upheld rights of women, racial minorities and gay people in higher education.
October 24, 2018
As the recent Senate confirmation hearings for the U.S. Supreme Court demonstrated, yearbooks are documents that can go beyond casual nostalgia, writes John R. Thelin.
October 15, 2018
Colleges should use current events like the U.S. Supreme Court confirmation hearings of Brett Kavanaugh to foster understanding in our students, writes Karen Gross.

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