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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March 21, 2014
After a few male students accused of sexual assault sued their institutions under Title IX, alleging that they were discriminated against on the basis of gender in campus disciplinary hearings, experts suggested they faced an uphill battle in proving that to be the case.
March 18, 2014
Who would win the NCAA women's basketball tournament if the games were decided by the teams' classroom performance? Inside Higher Ed has the answer.
March 17, 2014
Who would win the NCAA men's basketball tournament if the games were decided by the teams' classroom performance? Inside Higher Ed has the answer.
March 14, 2014
Northwestern University philosophy professor Peter Ludlow, whom a student accuses of sexual assault in a lawsuit against the institution, will not teach for the rest of the year, Northwestern President Morton Schapiro told the Chicago Tribune
March 13, 2014
Recent allegations at several universities have some worried that one of the worst parts of men's college athletics is now a problem in some women's programs.
March 11, 2014
Recent incidents where fans rushed the basketball court have prompted athletic conferences to consider banning the sometimes-dangerous tradition. But they admit it's not easy.
March 7, 2014
A former West Virginia University football player is suing the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the five major conferences, alleging that an agreement to cap athletic scholarship  at levels too low violates antitrust laws. The Atlantic Coast, Big 12, Big Ten, Pac-12 and Southeastern Conferences limit scholarships to amounts lower than the actual cost of attending college and "far below" what the free market would produce, says the lawsuit, first reported by
March 7, 2014
The majority of the dozen or so athletes who've sued the National Collegiate Athletic Association over concussions have been football players, and in the top division, they've all been former athletes. But the first current Division I athlete to sue over the issue is a female cross country runner from Stanford University.
March 6, 2014
The impact of rising costs in a post-recession economy on the concerns and decisions of incoming freshmen is stronger than ever, an annual survey shows.
March 5, 2014
Northwestern acknowledged a professor sexually harassed a student, but didn't fire him. Where is the line drawn?


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