Jeremy Bauer-Wolf

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April 26, 2017
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit claiming that the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Pac-12 Conference infringed on labor laws and thus owed money to a former Division I football player. The suit, filed by ex-University of Southern California football player Lamar Dawson, represents the continued legal battle to redefine college athletes as employees and secure them compensation.
April 21, 2017
Officials at Auburn and Berkeley tried to stop two controversial speakers on campus but ended up reversing their decisions amid First Amendment concerns. Experts say it's difficult for public institutions to meet legal tests and keep speakers from campus.
April 19, 2017
Amid scrutiny and lawsuits concerning how it investigated campus sexual assaults and treated victims, Baylor University has named its first female president. Linda Livingstone, dean of the George Washington University School of Business, will lead Baylor as its 15th president, beginning June 1.
April 19, 2017
University barred Richard Spencer from appearing, and he said he would come anyway. With court backing, he spoke and was challenged by some in the audience and many protesting outside.
April 18, 2017
The same organization that brought dildos to the University of Texas at Austin to protest guns on college campuses has released a new piece of satire, an advertisement for “student body armor.” The video, published Tuesday, appears innocent for the first few seconds, but then goes on to identify the nine states that have approved some form of law that allows firearms on campuses. Those states are Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Mississippi, Oregon, Texas, Utah and Wisconsin.
April 18, 2017
Harvey Mudd College canceled classes for two days after sit-in and protests over issues of race, workload and a leaked report in which faculty appeared to be insulting students.
April 17, 2017
The National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Division I Council has adopted sweeping reforms for college football recruitment that will, among other substantial changes, create an earlier signing period for prospective recruits. Legislation approved Friday by the council still must pass the Division I Board of Directors, which is scheduled to meet April 26. Among the changes:
April 17, 2017
Auburn University has called off a lecture by white supremacist and accused neo-Nazi Richard Spencer scheduled for Tuesday. “In consultation with law enforcement, Auburn canceled the Richard Spencer event scheduled for Tuesday evening based on legitimate concerns and credible evidence that it will jeopardize the safety of students, faculty, staff and visitors,” the university said in a statement. The university initially intended to allow him to speak. Spencer promotes the “alt-right,” a right-wing movement often characterized by its racist views.
April 17, 2017
An editorial in Wellesley College’s student newspaper,
April 17, 2017
The cheerleading team at Coastal Carolina University was suspended because some members allegedly set up an escort service through Seeking Arrangement, drawing attention to the online operation.

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