Campus Reform reporter Ophelie Jacobson talked to students at the University of Florida on game day about diversity quotas. She first asked students if they support diversity quotas in hiring decisions and in college admissions processes. Most of the students said yes. Read more
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A federal lawsuit alleges that California Lutheran University officials slandered its softball players and coaches for a skit performed by a few team members. Read more
The number of female gamers is growing rapidly with nearly half the world’s gamers now women and girls. Read more
The University of Hawaii is barring student athletes from competing in sports if they have not received the COVID-19 vaccine. Read more
A sports law professor said that college athletes could make an unlimited amount of money from their name, image and likeness. Read more
The University of California, Davis suspended its entire baseball program and placed the coaching staff on administrative leave due to allegations of misconduct, according to officials.
Under the bill, California prohibits state-funded and state-sponsored travel to states deemed to discriminate against LGBTQ populations.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) announced that the NCAA Division I Council had recommended the organization temporarily “suspend amateurism rules,” allowing athletes to profit off their name, image and likeness.
What is wrong with U.S. Soccer? That question has been gnawing at American soccer institutions at every level since the American men’s team failed to qualify for the last World Cup, held in Russia in 2018.
A former University of Oklahoma volleyball player was removed from her team after she expressed politically conservative viewpoints in response to a diversity training.