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2016-17 CBT Expert Picks

Here are each of our picks for the champions and individual award winners of the seven biggest conferences in college hoops.

Wisconsin Badgers vs. Michigan Wolverines Betting Odds, College Football Pick

The Wisconsin Badgers just pulled off one upset in the state of Michigan to extend their road winning streak to eight games, which includes a 6-2 mark against the spread. They'll try to extend that run and pull a tough daily double when...Show More Summary

Louisville Cardinals vs. Clemson Tigers Betting Odds, College Football Pick

Clemson is 2-0 against Louisville in the two meetings since the latter joined the ACC but 0-2 against the spread, as the Cardinals have given the Tigers two tough games. Bettors might expect more of the same when the teams meet for a...Show More Summary

Most Anticipated Matchups Remaining on 2016 College Football Schedule

Four weeks in, the 2016 college football season has already been tumultuous. Five teams that began the season in the Associated Press Top 10 have slipped from that lofty perch, while three squads (LSU, Notre Dame and Oklahoma) have fallen out of the poll entirely. Show More Summary

Bike-Share Program Helps Students Save Money And Get To Class On Time

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Zipcar and Zagster are creating sponsored programs across 500 U.S. college campuses

Technology training for the workplace: Empowering Rwanda’s youth

27 minutes agoSociety & Culture : ONE Blog

Indego Africa’s workshop provides young college graduates in Rwanda with technology training, job application guidance, and business skills (like time management and office communication) to help them enter and succeed in the workfo...

Who is a hero? What does he do?

An interesting meditation from Alex Horton on Chris Mintz, an Army infantryman who wasn’t permitted to deploy to Iraq when his unit did—but who took five rounds in an Oregon college.

Interview with a Physicist: David J. Griffiths

We are pleased to introduce David J. Griffiths. Professor Griffiths is one of the most successful physics textbook writers.  Odds are if you studied physics in college, you’ve used one of his textbooks. We are pleased and honored to obtain some of his insights on the quantum and academic world. Here we go! Please give us a […]

How Jesse Palmer Is Helping Save Youth Sports

ESPN college football analyst Jesse Palmer is now the national spokesperson for nonprofit Good Sports.

Never Forget: The Destruction Of Occidental College 9/11 Memorial

September 11th arrived and many commemorations--big and small--occurred simultaneously across the country, joining us as a nation within an act of mourning and pageantry and dialogue. Anthropologists often note that these symbolic acts--these...Show More Summary

Suffering From Headaches? You May Be at Increased Risk for a Thyroid Condition

Sufferers of migraines, cluster headaches, tension headaches or other headache disorders are at greater risk of developing a thyroid condition called hypothyroidism, according to a study by University of Cincinnati College of Medicine researchers.

Predicting the 1st Loss of the 2016-17 Season for Top College Basketball Teams

Duke and Kansas might be the two best men's college basketball teams in the country this year, but one of those two title contenders is guaranteed to lose a game barely 100 hours into the 2016-17 season. The following 20 teams are the...Show More Summary

Clinton Won The Debate, Which Means She’s Likely To Gain In The Polls

Democrats woke up on Monday to a spate of bad polls for Hillary Clinton, which brought Donald Trump to perhaps his closest position yet in the Electoral College. They had reason to go to bed feeling a lot better. Clinton bested Trump in the first presidential debate according to a variety of metrics, and the […]

Study finds that 60% of college students have had sex in a parked car.

Making out in a parked car is a cliché that has been around for generations. And, at least according to this study, it's still relevant. In fact, these researchers found that 60% of both men and women at "a small Midwestern university" (psst! It's the University of South Dakota) have done "it" in a car. Show More Summary

College football's five most surprising teams through Week 4

The national picture already looks a lot different than it did a month ago.        

Six Ways to Improve Your Finances During a Football Game

Football season is upon us, and whether you're partial to college ball, the NFL, or are just plain addicted to anything resembling a pigskin, you can expect a lot of couch time. But you don't have to ignore your finances just because the running backs are slashing, linebackers are taking [...]

Clinton back to Debt-Free—Not Tuition-Free—College?

Education didn’t come up much in last night’s debate, but Hillary Clinton regularly uses “college” with some form of “free” after it to illustrate how she would help middle-class families, and she did so again last night. Whenever she...Show More Summary

It’s Finally Possible to Understand What Happened to Amanda Knox

In the fall of 2010, I flew to Perugia, Italy, where I would spend the first semester of my senior year of college abroad. I had chosen the small Umbrian city partially because I found a program that allowed me to pursue an independent study and partially because I was ... More »

Les Miles was remarkably kind to many media, including a reporter hit by a car

Former LSU football coach Les Miles’ firing this weekend means the college football world is without one of its most colorful figures, at least until Miles gets another job. It means we’ll have no grass eating, no skyscraper rappelling,...Show More Summary

A Different Shade Of Grayson

How the Duke star handled becoming college basketball's pariah when he knew he brought this on himself.

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