• NCAA Dismisses Concerns Over Safety on Charter Flight June 02, 2013 After an associate athletic director at Stanford University tweeted about safety concerns related to flying on an NCAA-chartered flight, Mark Lewis, the NCAA™s e...

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  • Gag Orders on Sexuality

    Posted on June 2 2013

    Gag Orders on Sexuality June 02, 2013 After a star basketball player at Baylor University came out publicly as gay in April, she revealed that her head coach had advised her and her teammates not to talk publicly about their sexuality....

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  • New Complaints Against Colleges on Sexual Assaults June 02, 2013 Students filed complaints at four colleges and universities on May 22 with civil rights lawyer Gloria Allred over their institutions™ handling of sexual assaults. T...

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  • Wellness Director Facing Harassment Charges Is Fired June 02, 2013 A fitness instructor and wellness director at the University of Minnesota at Duluth was fired in May over numerous charges including sexual inappropriateness and untrut...

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  • 4 Plead Guilty in Hazing Case at Jacksonville State U., Alabama June 02, 2013 Four men pleaded guilty to hazing in a 2011 case at Jacksonville State University, Alabama. The incident, which involved members of the Alpha Phi Alpha frate...

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  • Homeland Security Updates Systems to Address Visa Issues June 02, 2013 The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has upgraded its databases available to Customs and Border Protection officials in order to flag certain visa holders at bo...

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  • Appeals Court Revives Bias Suit Against LSU June 02, 2013 A bias lawsuit against Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge, which had been dismissed by a lower court, was revived by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit on Ma...

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  • April Jitters on U.S. Campuses

    Posted on May 23 2013

    April Jitters on U.S. Campuses April 23, 2013 Several colleges and universities have imposed lockdowns after reports of gunmen on their campuses in April. Anne Glavin, president of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcemen...

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  • Massive Tornado In Oklahoma; University Opens Housing May 21, 2013 A massive tornado ripped through Oklahoma City and surrounding suburbs, especially the town of Moore, May 20, killing at least 51 people (the count likely to climb) inc...

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  • Montana State Professor Leading Study Trip in Nepal Killed in Landslide May 21, 2013 Betsy Palmer, an associate professor of education at Montana State in Bozeman, died of injuries sustained in a landslide in the Himalayas.  She w...

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