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Sports Briefing | Colleges: Ex-Players Allege Racial Bias at Illinois

Seven former Illinois women’s basketball players accused Coach Matt Bollant and the former assistant Mike Divilbiss of violating their civil rights by creating a racially hostile environment.

Sports Briefing | Basketball: Davidson Coach Bob McKillop Gets New York Honor

Bob McKillop, who groomed Stephen Curry for the N.B.A. as the coach of Davidson College, was named to the Class of 2015 inductees to the New York City Basketball Hall of Fame.

New resources for accessible college textbooks

Its been crazy with summer vacation and all that fun stuff, but school’s back in now and that means back to some more regular blogging here.As a former blind college student, I know the value of, and appreciate, having accessible textbooks. Show More Summary

South Carolina is counting a big year from Pharoh Cooper, Gamecocks are ranked No. 57

Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the upcoming season. The Sentinel staff will take a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our projected No. 1 team.

Get your news how you want it from NFB Newsline

Fifteen years ago, I was still pretty newly blinded, and going to college, but this was before I was using a computer, much less understanding all the wonders of this fabulously interconnected world wide web. At that time, my options for getting news were the television and radio, or having somebody read the newspaper to me. Show More Summary

A web site especially for college-bound teens with disabilities

One of the issues I try to stress most to high school students I work with is how different college will be for them, as opposed to their K-12 experience. So, you can imagine the smile I got when I found a web site designed specifically...Show More Summary

College of DuPage turns over Breuder expenses in response to Tribune lawsuit

On the way to an exclusive hunt club in March 2014, College of DuPage President Robert Breuder stopped to pick up two bottles of red wine.

Power Ranking Virginia Tech's 2015 Schedule from Easiest to Toughest

It's never too soon to start looking ahead to the new college football season. After all, the Virginia Tech Hokies open the 2015 season in just under 70 days on Labor Day night in Blacksburg. The Hokies host defending national champion Ohio State in a rematch from 2014. Everyone knows how that game ended last season. Show More Summary

The Maverick Rowan Drama Is Over

Soon after Louisville recruit Maverick Rowan announced that he would reclassify and enter college in 2015, there were rumblings that Rick Pitino and his staff would move on and no longer pursue the four-star sharp shooter. To me, this...Show More Summary

College Basketball Coaches Who Have Taken the Longest Paths to Success

There is only one William Francis Ryan Jr. You may know him better as Bo. And the Wisconsin head coach won't be around much longer, as he announced his intentions to retire after next season, per Jon Krawczynski o f the Associated Press...Show More Summary

Cut & Paste: Five Black Zine Lives

Cut & Paste is a new quarterly column highlighting zines and small press publications. As the founding zine librarian at Barnard College, I have probably read about 7,000 zines in the past twelve years. As I select and catalogue zines...Show More Summary

Top 5 Matchups We Can't Wait to See at The Opening 2015

The Opening is a great chance to pit the nation's top offensive recruits against the top defensive recruits and watch them battle it out. Watch as Stephen Nelson sits down with Bleacher Report College Football Analyst Michael FelderShow More Summary

ESPN's Michelle Beadle -- Tennis Player Apologizes ... 'I Was Immature and Disrespectful'

The college tennis player who called Michelle Beadle a "slut" has just emailed a personal apology letter to the ESPN star... saying he was "extremely remorseful"... TMZ Sports has learned. A rep for the University of Texas at San Antonio…

HUFFPOST HILL - Hillary Clinton Sees Mark Penn, Hides Behind Plant

8 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

The Obama administration is slashing for-profit college funding, a move that could cost thousands of kids their sports scholarship to the University of Phoenix. Harry Reid is allying himself with Burning Man attendees, setting up a potentially awkward confrontation between the Senate minority leader and Grover Norquist at the nudist hacky sack tent. Show More Summary

Family Sues Pi Kappa Phi, Cal State-Northridge Over Pledge's Death

8 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The family of a California college student who died during a grueling fraternity hazing hike is suing the organization and the school, saying the young man's death was senseless and easily preventable. Nineteen-year-old...Show More Summary

Kylie Jenner & Tyga Go Home-Decor Shopping

Unlike other 17-year-olds who are shopping for their future college dorm, Kylie Jenner went shopping to decorate her brand new $2.7 million home. She was accompanied by her rumored (and… READ ON

Volleyball: a brief history

As a student at the Springfield College in Massachusets, he had befriended James Naismith who, in 1891, had himself invented basketball. After graduating, Morgan went on to become director of physical education at the Young Man’s Christian...Show More Summary

St. John’s, Kentucky, Indiana, North Carolina to Prioritize Rawle Alkins; Heron Visits Alabama, Marquette, St. John’s Up Next

8 hours agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

With the July live period set to begin next week around the nation, college coaches will soon be converging on the NY Rens AAU team featuring 2016 stars Rawle Alkins and Mustapha Heron. “I think [college coaches] are there more to let know Rawle and Mustapha know that they’re there,” Rens director Andy Borman told The 4 […]

LSU Professor Fired For Profanity And Sex Jokes, Sparking Free Speech Outcry

9 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

A leading college faculty association is sounding the alarm over the termination of a tenured Louisiana State University professor for using profanity in the classroom in what school administrators said amounted to sexual harassment....Show More Summary

Quotes: That Giant Sorting Sound

You can’t tell me that only kids in high-wealth, white neighborhoods have the ‘college DNA’ — that’s ridiculous... There’s something about how we’re structured that is sorting opportunity. - Illinois state schools chief Tony Smith in this WBEZ Chicago story Poverty's enduring hold on school success.

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