Two years after Spelman announced it was leaving the NCAA, the historically black women's college is attempting a "wellness revolution."
As deadline to call for an unlikely vote to override NCAA governance shift approaches, many question whether the five wealthiest sports conferences' newfound authority will lead to any major changes.
Would formal regulations and sanctions have helped prevent the University of Michigan's mishandling of a quarterback's concussion?
As student attendance at college football games continues to decline, some institutions worry about the trend's ramifications for future alumni support.
While it remains a beloved bit of visual smack-talk for many football fans, some students and faculty say the University of Iowa's pink visitors' locker room is sexist and discriminatory.
Federal judge finds that ban on sharing revenue with football and basketball players violates the law.
The members of the five high-revenue conferences make up 18 percent of all Division I colleges, but a new NCAA governance structure gives them nearly 40 percent of the voting power.
With NCAA set to adopt new governance system designed to let wealthiest conferences give more benefits to athletes, critics fear growing gap between haves and have-nots.
NCAA agrees to create $70 million fund to diagnose concussions and related ailments, but lawsuit settlement won't provide any money for those who need care.
Big-time college sports programs are competing to offer more to their athletes. Are they creating more gender inequity at the same time?
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