Northwestern football players make unprecedented filing for collective bargaining rights, but colleges and NCAA are sure to make it an uphill battle.
At annual convention, athletes tell NCAA their voice isn't valued under new Division I model, while members generally support presidential control and power-conference autonomy.
U. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill stops researcher from discussing her controversial findings on literacy of athletes.
Debating a possible new governance structure, Division I faculty members, students and athletics directors question whether athletes are sufficiently represented.
Division II institutions are poised to raise academic standards for athletes, with a series of rules similar to those passed by Division I two years ago.
New report aims to hold individual athletic programs accountable for failure to hire female coaches on women's teams.
Since the NCAA prohibited "hostile and abusive" mascots in 2006, many colleges have moved away from Native American mascots and nicknames. Despite tensions at a few campuses, most institutions have adjusted and moved on.
As seemingly final season begins, Boston University's wrestling team fights to save a program that was cut after the athletics department added two others.
Georgetown's new athlete development and leadership program bridges sports, academics and student services for a comprehensive approach to leadership education.
National Academy of Sciences report urges NCAA to help take the lead in conducting research and addressing the "cultural problem" that makes concussions prevalent.
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