Allie Grasgreen

Allie Grasgreen, Student Affairs and Athletics Reporter, joined Inside Higher Ed in 2010. She graduated from the University of Oregon in June with a B.S. in journalism and a minor in environmental studies. She covered higher ed for two years at the Oregon Daily Emerald before becoming managing editor and then editor in chief, and she interned at The Chronicle of Higher Education in 2008.

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Most Recent Articles

April 19, 2013
In college athletics, the danger of head trauma is clear. Less clear is how prevalent it is or what to do about it.
April 17, 2013
In wake of the Boston Marathon bombings, some colleges have already strengthened security measures. Experts urge revisiting emergency procedures, but caution against overreaction.
April 16, 2013
The NCAA says athletes can't share in the revenue that third parties gain by using their likeness, but its reasoning doesn't hold up, a new report argues.
April 12, 2013
Counseling center patients are struggling with familiar issues at slightly different levels, but some suggest the long increase of mental health problems among students may be peaking.
April 10, 2013
Drinking games are not all the same and students play at different risk levels, suggests research calling for more direct prevention of this type of student partying.
April 9, 2013
Basketball coaches at elite programs make millions more, but salaries and bonuses are rising faster at non-elite programs, new research finds.
April 9, 2013
Rutgers University will commission an independent review of “the circumstances surrounding the men’s basketball program as well as the procedures used to investigate allegations related to former head coach Mike Rice,” officials announced Monday.
April 8, 2013
Rutgers officials say they previously lacked legal justification to fire now-dismissed men's basketball coach, but multiple clauses in his contract -- and the findings of an independent investigation -- suggest otherwise.
April 4, 2013
Wake Forest officials worry their students are too stressed out and plugged in, so they've been stealthily installing instruments, games and tables for relaxation and interaction around campus outdoor areas. It's the first step in a larger "well-being" initiative.
April 3, 2013
Following more than a month of resounding protest from students, faculty and staff, the sponsor and planned namesake for Florida Atlantic University’s new football stadium has withdrawn, FAU announced Tuesday, leaving the university to find a replacement for the private prison company GEO Group (the GEO Group Foundation was the official donor) and the $6 million its founder had pledged toward the project.


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