Sports website SB Nation published its disastrous and "wrongheaded" February story about Daniel Holtzclaw -- the college football player turned cop who was convicted in December of serial rape -- due to a series of organizational and...Show More Summary
Colleges train job hunters to focus on themselves rather than the people who might hire them.
Campus Reform has this bizarre tale from Santa Monica College, where the “EcoSexual Extravaganza” took place earlier this month. Students married...
A group of college students trapped for hours by rising water in a Kentucky cave waded through neck-deep water to get out.
With Memorial Day events concluding after this weekend, it's time to take a look at the summer events that will shape college basketball recruiting. While the month of June is usually reserved for national camps, there are also a couple...Show More Summary
Here's a reason to go back to school UCLA's Extension program, which offers continuing education to working adults and college students alike, is sure to see an enrollment spike thanks to one if its newest courses. The school now offers...Show More Summary
Baylor University has done what earlier this week seemed unthinkable: The football-crazed school fired its coach, Art Briles, due to the persistent mishandling of sexual assault charges leveled against his players. The school’s president Kenneth Starr (yes, that Ken Starr) has also been demoted. Show More Summary
A brash Texan with a bold approach, Art Briles made Baylor football relevant after years of wallowing in the basement of the Big 12 Conference. The Bears became one college football’s cool teams under Briles, winning league titles and earning lofty rankings with one of the most exciting and prolific offenses in the history of […]
In February, SB Nation published “Who Is Daniel Holtzclaw?,” a lengthy profile of a college football player turned cop turned convicted serial rapist. The story, by freelancer Jeff Arnold and edited by Glenn Stout, was so roundly criticized...Show More Summary
What do you hope your child will do after graduating high school? For most people, the answer will be to go to college, join the military, maybe travel and experience
At long last, we can start making projections for the 2016-17 men's college basketball season without repeatedly typing "if (insert important player mulling NBA draft decision) returns." But before we start churning out updated still-way-too-early...Show More Summary
Baylor's firing of football coach Art Briles will hopefully mark a new era in college football as schools start to place greater priority - either for legal, communal, or public relations reasons - on ethical standards and doing the right thing, as opposed to forsaking each in pursuit of revenues.
Danielle Fumia writes: I am a research at the Washington State Institute for Public Policy, and I work on research estimating the effect of college attendance on earnings. Many studies that examine the effect of attending college on earnings control for college degree receipt and work experience. Show More Summary
Spring conference season might be over, but Summer Season is just starting. Among the June events is the NYT higher education conference on June 20, which promises to include 100+ college president types, Times senior editors, and an "interactive program [that] features U.S. Show More Summary
(Washington, May 26, 2016)--The American College of Physicians (ACP) along with the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG)...Show More Summary
Several news outlets and social media accounts were reporting tornado activity at the Bryan/College Station area in Brazos County, Texas Thursday afternoon, May 26, 2016.
When CollegeHumor decided to create an original series for the paywall-protected YouTube Red subscription service, the popular site’s Head Of Video, Sam Reich, wanted to do something that was ambitious yet still true to CH’s slacker humor heritage. Show More Summary
Seems college isn’t about college anymore – at least at Oberlin. The shot: A recent piece in The New Yorker examines the effects of a new wave of student activism at Oberlin College, a small, private liberal arts institution in Ohio, and it’s pretty eye-opening. According to writer Nathan Heller, Oberlin is “at the center of the […]
Or their handlers are. Close enough! College football's best animals gotta stick together, no matter their affiliation. LSU's Mike VI, a Bengal tiger who lives in a 15,000-square-foot habitat near Death Valley, was diagnosed with a rare and serious form of cancer after an LSU veterinary student noticed a tumor on the right side of his face. Show More Summary
Baylor football has been wildly successful in recent years. Not many schools have ever gone from a perennial basement dweller to occupying one of the luxury suites of college football like Baylor. Over the last five years, Baylor is 50-15, earning two Big 12 Conference championships and two New Year's Six bowl games. It seemed too good to be true – and it was.