Jeremy Bauer-Wolf

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September 1, 2017
Female coaches achieve just as much as their male counterparts but are often disadvantaged in negotiating salary and bonuses, according to the results of a new study. Lindsey Darvin, a doctoral candidate at the University of Florida, and other researchers studied the performance of thousands of women in both the Women's National Basketball Association and the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
September 1, 2017
The University of Virginia’s Black Student Alliance and other student groups representing the campus’s minority populations have drafted 10 demands for the administration there, among them that Confederate symbols should be removed from the grounds and that the institution should enroll more black students. The list comes following the deadly unrest last month in Charlottesville, Va., that drew white supremacists from across the country to march both on the UVA campus and in the city.
September 1, 2017
A new Stanford study suggests first-year students can judge who will help them have fun and who can be a shoulder to cry on.
August 31, 2017
Ed Cunningham, a former National Football League player and top ESPN commentator and color analyst for college football games, has resigned, citing his discomfort with the chronic injuries athletes risk. Cunningham told The New York Times he felt wrong profiting off a sport that has killed some of its participants.
August 31, 2017
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has joined the growing list of institutions that has turned down a request by white nationalist Richard Spencer to speak on campus. Chancellor Carol L. Folt in a statement Wednesday cited safety concerns as the reason for rejecting Spencer. Folt said in her statement that she consulted with local and state law enforcement.
August 29, 2017
Michael Vick never graduated from Virginia Tech. Should he and athletes like him be honored by their alma maters?
August 29, 2017
American University has expelled 18 students and put another on probation for their involvement in what the institution calls an “underground” group that has hazed its members and sparked violence on the campus for 15 years. The university announced on Monday the sanctions against 19 students in Epsilon Iota, or EI, a group that formed from the remnants of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity, which suspended its chapter at American in 2000 after alcohol and hazing violations. In 2002, those former fraternity members created EI.
August 29, 2017
University of Maryland’s marching band will no longer play the state song, a pro-Confederate battle hymn that refers to the Union as “northern scum.” Spokeswoman Katie Lawson released a statement Monday:
August 25, 2017
Ohio State University no longer allows decorations in dormitory windows, prompting student ire and a First Amendment debate.
August 23, 2017
Occidental College has reworked its program to include questions about the protests.

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