The NCAA's Attack on Academic Freedom

It sounds like something you might hear on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

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At Many Top Public Universities, Intercollegiate Sports Come at an Academic Price

Public colleges and universities that compete in N.C.A.A. Division I sports spend three to six times as much on each athlete as they do to educate each of their students, according to a new report by the Delta Cost Project at the American Institutes for Research.

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Penn State: Lessons Not Learned

If it were possible to compound the reasons for outrage over the serial child rape committed at Penn State, Gov. Tom Corbett took a brazenly misguided step in that direction Wednesday.

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Money For College Athletes: Not If, But How

The head of the NCAA now supports a stipend for athletes to cover costs beyond tuition, books and fees

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