Athletics

Tackling Problems Of Higher Education (Opinion)

America's institutions of higher learning face a daunting multitude of problems. Rapidly rising costs.

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Missouri Seeks Stadium Expansion For SEC Move

Missouri has unveiled its long-promised plans to upgrade athletic facilities as it moves to the Southeastern Conference.

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In Wake Of Sandusky Scandal, Penn State Football Will Try To Stay The Course

Ten weeks before the debut of Bill O'Brien as Penn State's head football coach, the sun shone brilliantly Saturday on Beaver Stadium.

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Anheuser-Busch to pay U of Iowa $185,000

As part of logo deal, company will help fund anti-binge-drinking programs.

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Tulane University Football Stadium Parking Proposal Leaves Many Dissatisfied

If 30,000 people attend a football game at Tulane University's proposed on-campus stadium, 70 percent of them are likely to travel by private cars, meaning more than 8,000 parking spaces would be needed to accommodate them, consultants working for Tulane said at a public forum this week.

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Proposed 'Bill Of Rights' For Student Athletes Draws University Opposition

Four California universities with big-time sports programs are fighting a legislative effort that could radically change the way schools recruit, educate and retain student athletes.

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Butler, Notre Dame Rank Among Nation's Top 5% In Academic Achievement by NCAA

Notre Dame and Butler ranked among the nation's top 5 percent for academic achievement in figures released today by the NCAA.

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Stony Brook U To Air TV Ad During College World Series Opener

Stony Brook University is hoping to build on the attention its baseball team is getting with its first-ever appearance in the College World Series by producing a television commercial that will air during the team's first-round game Friday against UCLA.

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