Their protests are not centered on a controversial war in some far-off jungle but on issues of racial and social inequity at home
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The East Tennessee State University (ETSU) men’s basketball began kneeling during the national anthem.
The Mississippi state legislature passed a bill to ban transgender female athletes from women's sports.
The United States Military Academy, commonly known as West Point, cited a number of athletes, including football players, for cheating on a spring 2020 calculus exam.
The Boston University men’s basketball team played its first game of the season on this week against Holy Cross in which a new addition to the uniforms was officially revealed.
The University of Texas fired its head football coach Tom Herman. Herman’s buyout will cost the university about $15 million, in addition to an estimated $9 million for his assistant coaches.
The country's highest court will consider whether NCAA rules limiting education-related financial aid to college athletes violate federal law.
Current and former college leaders who believe that athletics have strayed from a student-centered mission recommended a structural overhaul for top Division I football programs.
Faculty leaders at Rutgers are challenging spending decisions that have left the athletics department in a "black hole" of internal debt amassed in a costly drive to improve the university's on-field prowess.
The parents of some of America’s top men’s and women’s basketball players have formed a new organization that aims to build a national network that empowers parents across the country and helps educate them about the culture and climate of the sport and their role within it, while also advocating for the rights of college basketball players at all levels.