Ole Miss football player DeSanto Rollins sues Lane Kiffin for mistreatment over mental health, seeking $40 million in damages. Leverage includes teammate's father's death.
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JMU's football head coach, Curt Cignetti, says no school has moved to the FBS as effectively as JMU.
Bernie Sanders' visit to the University of Iowa Field House was the most expensive pre-caucus candidate appearance at a public university.
Students at Georgetown University and other college campuses are organizing to protest Starbucks on Red Cup Day. The Red Cup Rebellion is growing.
Thousands gather in Washington D.C. in support of Israel, combatting antisemitism, with increased incidents at college campuses across the U.S.
Big Ten bans Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh amid sign-stealing allegations. Wolverines face Penn State in crucial Big Ten East showdown.
Competing bills have been introduced in the California legislature that would allow parents to pay for college tuition at today's prices.
Cornell University student Patrick Dai was arrested for allegedly threatening to kill Jews amid rising antisemitic incidents in the US.
Former UCLA football players gather at the Rose Bowl to unveil a statue honoring former coach Terry Donahue.
Four Pepperdine University students were killed and two others were injured after being struck by a speeding BMW in Malibu, California. The victims were identified as Niamh Rolston, Peyton Stewart, Asha Weir, and Deslyn Williams. The driver of the BMW, 22-year-old Fraser Michael Bohm, lost control of the vehicle and hit three parked cars, which then struck the students. Bohm was arrested for vehicular manslaughter and released pending the outcome of the investigation. The incident occurred on a dangerous stretch of the Pacific Coast Highway known as "Dead Man's Curve."
Labour's time "has come again", says Liverpool metro mayor Steve Rotheram, urging Sir Keir Starmer to set out a positive vision at the party's conference. Rotheram feels a "buzz" similar to 1996 when Tony Blair led the party to victory. He hopes to see a unified party and a positive vision for change. Rotheram also wants more control and flexibility for regional governments and is passionate about apprenticeships and skills training. The cancellation of HS2 has damaged trust in central government, but Rotheram believes a Labour government would deliver without party politics.
Georgetown University celebrates groundbreaking for the renovation of Henle Village, aiming to beautify campus and provide more student housing.
Dysfunction and layoffs plague the Center for Antiracist Research, causing disappointment and frustration for staff members. Boston University faces a crossroads in addressing the harm done.
Temple University mourns the loss of President JoAnne Epps, who passed away while serving the university community. A vigil will be held to remember her.
Temple University acting president JoAnne A. Epps died suddenly during a memorial service, leaving the university in shock and grief.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was placed on lockdown for over an hour following reports of an armed person near campus. This is the second time in less than three weeks that the university has been locked down due to an armed person.
Aspen City Council discusses the balance between law enforcement's need for technology and protecting citizens' 4th Amendment rights.
Graduate students at Duke University have won their election to unionize, forming the largest graduate student union at a private university in the South. The final vote count was 1,000 votes for the union and 131 against, with supporters receiving 88%. The university has seven days to challenge the results before they are certified. The Duke Graduate Student Union hopes to negotiate contracts with the university, focusing on issues such as equitable pay, improved benefits, and support for international students.
A man convicted of fatally stabbing his girlfriend in front of her children escaped from prison and remains on the loose.
Graduate student charged with fatally shooting a professor at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, leaving authorities investigating the motive.
Los Angeles County politician Mark Ridley-Thomas sentenced to prison for accepting benefits while favoring USC in county contracts.
UNC graduate student identified as active shooter, later taken into custody. Campus lockdown expected to lift soon. #ChapelHill #UNCShooting
Genesis Owusu, an Australian musician, has won numerous music awards and is now releasing his second LP, "Struggler," a concept album about the life of a cockroach. The album reflects on the chaotic world and the perseverance against overwhelming forces. Owusu, born to African parents in Australia, aims to showcase his genuine and authentic music to the world.
Meghan's absence from Serena Williams' baby shower sparks rumors of a strained relationship, but there may be another shower in the works.
Butler University soccer players file lawsuits alleging sexual assault by trainer.
"Brother of Aaron Hernandez arrested after school shooting threat worries"
Stanford University President, Marc Tessier-Lavigne, has resigned following allegations of research misconduct. The allegations, first reported by a student newspaper, questioned the integrity of Tessier-Lavigne's research and his failure to address errors. While a report released by the university's board of trustees confirmed some of the allegations, it did not agree with the newspaper's claims of potential research fraud. Tessier-Lavigne, who had a successful career as a neuroscientist and fundraiser, joined Stanford in 2016 and helped raise billions of dollars for the university. Richard Saller, a Stanford classics professor, will serve as interim president.
Famous hacker Kevin Mitnick, known as the 'Condor,' dies at 59 from pancreatic cancer.
Mexican voters in Baja California are preparing for the June 2024 elections, where they will choose a new president, replace the chamber of deputies and senate, and select local and state leaders. A nonpartisan group called Consejo Ciudadano Independiente is aiming to offer voters more choices by identifying potential candidates that could win the support of opposition parties and independent voters. The group is creating a digital platform to vet applicants and pass on their information to opposition parties. Baja California has seen a decrease in voter turnout, and the Consejo members hope to make a difference by addressing the neglect in governance.
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker and State Rep. Kam Buckner express concern over Northwestern football hazing allegations, call for action.
Northwestern fires coach Pat Fitzgerald amid hazing scandal and mishandling.
Bob Huggins, discredited basketball coach, issues threats to school following surprising resignation reversal
Disgraced basketball coach Bob Huggins threatens to sue West Virginia.
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Mallett dies at 35 in apparent drowning.
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