A Piece of the Athletics Pie
A case heading into a critical hearing this week gets at the very nature of college sports and the NCAA's role in regulating it.
- Ed O'Bannon Takes Aim at the NCAA
The effort to rank programs, by the National Council on Teacher Quality and "U.S. News & World Report," has been controversial since it started, in 2011.
The Cult of the Eco-Catastrophe
What's the problem with ubiquitous surveillance? Don't think Orwell; think Kafka.
- Who Is the Target of NSA Surveillance?
In the News
At current giving levels, it will take organizations at least six more years to raise as much as they did before the recession hit, in 2007, according to the "Giving USA"...
The inquiry into "a possible agreement" was prompted by discussion among a few colleges about limiting merit-based aid and reducing bidding wars for applicants.
- Reading-Room Plan at Library of Congress Will Hurt Service, Critics Say
- Ruling on Gene Patents Opens New Avenues for University Research
- AAUP Censures 2 Institutions and Removes 2 Others From Censure List
- Senators Reintroduce Bill to Standardize Student-Aid Award Letter
- Recording: Rutgers Coach Treated Players as 'Slaves'
- Academic Scientists Hail Supreme Court's Rejection of Gene Patents