At a time when few institutions seem to be able to resist the lure of intercollegiate sports, Spelman College, will soon become the second college in the last decade to completely withdraw from the NCAA.
After Gov. Jay Nixon called for increased performance-based funding for higher education in his State of the State address this January, a funding model doing just that will finally reach the Senate floor for debate.
The university plans to use the old law building to expand other program areas and to give students more space to study, collaborate and hang out, President Robert L. Bogomolny told the Baltimore Business Journal.
According to a new survey of 318 executives at private sector companies and nonprofit organizations, employers look for more than someone who's specially trained in a field when considering recent college graduates for jobs.
With coaches speaking out against paying players, while others back a version of the athlete stipend proposal the NCAA membership forcefully overrode in 2012, the issue of how to compensate NCAA athletes has never been a hotter topic.
Anti-abortion activists at the Johns Hopkins University who had fought to form an official club have been fully recognized, clearing the way for them to use the institution's logo and raise cash on campus.