Athletics

University Of Iowa Shifts Some Duties In Athletics

University of Iowa President Sally Mason transferred responsibilities away from the athletic department on Friday and labeled incidents of sexual harassment involving former academic adviser Peter Gray “avoidable.”

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UNC Releases Additional Documents From NCAA Probe

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill released Monday more than 2,500 pages of documents connected to an NCAA investigation of the football program as part of a settlement to end a public-records fight with media outlets.

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Penn St. President: School Better Than A Year Ago

Penn State has been strengthened by improvements to compliance and governance in the year since former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was arrested, the university's president said Monday.

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Spelman College Chooses Fitness Over Athletics

Sports began on American college campuses as a way for students to blow off steam and be healthy.

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Gig 'Em! University Of Texas Campus Vandalized With Texas A&M Sayings

Just when you thought the Texas A&M-Texas rivalry was fading into the distance, a fan visits their rivals campus and vandalized buildings.

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NCAA Grad Rates Improving In Football, Basketball

More men's basketball players are taking advantage of the biggest shot of their life and earning a college diploma.

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State Board To Review Athletic Revenues, Expenditures

The Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board will look at the fiscal 2011 athletic revenues and expenditures of public colleges and universities statewide during a meeting at 4 p.m. Thursday, according to the board’s agenda.

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GVSU Students Create 'Zero Waste' Initiative For Football Games

Looking to boost recycling, Grand Valley State University is launching what it’s calling a zero waste initiative at its home football games.

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Giant A On ASU Campus Painted Green

An overnight prank on the ASU campus might have left some Sun Devil fans green with envy.

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