Too Private for Its Own Good

Federal appeals court rules that Penn official can be sued for comments made during university's grievance process.

Setback for Female Athletes in the NCAA

A third of Division I colleges vote to override plan to boost scholarship increases in four women's sports.

Chairman of Women's Studies

The University of Washington is about to gain the distinction of having the only Ph.D.-awarding program in women's studies to be led by a man.

Faith, Health and the Constitution

A group that favors church-state separation challenges U. of Minnesota program on role of religion in healing.

Searching for Black Students

Florida universities see a decline in projections for the fall, but hope to bring numbers up by September.

The Mascot Mess

NCAA crackdown on Native American team names and icons sends a message but sows confusion and conflict.

NCAA Approves Changes in Academic Policies

Athletes who go pro or leave for other reasons won't count as failures in measuring progress toward a degreee.

Clearing the Way for Disability Claims

Appeals court says state immunity does not protect universities in Texas and Louisiana from federal lawsuits.

Avenue for Appeals

NCAA says colleges seeking to keep Indian mascots can cite tribes' support -- up to a point.

Following in Florida State's Footsteps

Now that the National Collegiate Athletic Association has opened the door for Florida State University, Central Michigan University and the University of Utah -- and perhaps others -- hope to walk through it.


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