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    University of Chicago senior Audrey Unverferth spoke with the Daily Caller News Foundation’s Samantha Renck about her classmate Max Lewis being killed by a stray bullet while riding a train, what it’s like to be a student in a crime-ridden city and more. WATCH: Check out more from the Daily Caller News Foundation: ‘Starvation Is A Hell Of A...
    Easton native and Northampton Community College Student Briana Jane Hoops died at her home on July 3 at the age of 21. Born in Bethlehem, Hoops graduated from Easton High School in 2017, her obituary says. Hoops, a member of the Christian faith, was currently attending Northampton Community College, her memorial says. She was also a dedicated worker at Kohl’s...
    fotosipsak | E+ | Getty Images Student loans are double-edged sword: They help you pay for college but then leave you with a monthly bill for at least a decade after you graduate. The average student loan payment is $400 a month, according to higher education expert Mark Kantrowitz. And research has found those payments can make it harder for...
    A 20-year-old university student died over the weekend after being struck in the neck by a stray bullet while riding on Chicago public transit. Max Lewis was commuting home from his internship on Thursday evening when the round burst through the train’s window and entered the back of his neck. He succumbed to his injuries at a hospital on...
    A 20-year-old University of Chicago student was killed by a stray bullet while riding in a subway train on his way home from his prestigious summer internship at an investment firm in a downtown neighborhood. Max Lewis, a rising junior at the university, was seated on a CTA Green Line train at around 6.30pm on July 1 when the bullet...
    (CBS4) – A 20-year-old college student who grew up in the Denver area has died after being struck by a stray bullet on a train in Chicago. Max Lewis was a student at the University of Chicago and had been living in Chicago this summer. (credit: CBS) Lewis was heading home last Thursday after a shift at his summer internship...
    A college student in Michigan who posted a picture of a semi-automatic rifle lost an appeal to drop the “terrorist threat" charge he faces. Lucas Gerhard, a student at Lake Superior State University in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, can be charged for posting a Snapchat story of an AR-15 accompanied by an offensive caption, the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled...
    FORMER footballer Reggie Bush believes the Heisman Trophy he won in 2005 should be returned after a ruling allows student-athletes to make money off the game. The ex USC Trojans star forfeited the cup in 2010 over allegations that he and his family members had accepted cash, expenses, and goods while he was a student-athlete. 4Former professional footballer...
    Vinicius Fernandes of the Marshall Thundering Herd reacts to a play against the Indiana Hoosiers during the Division I Men's Soccer Championship held at Sahlens Stadium at Wakemed Soccer Park on May 17, 2021 in Cary, North Carolina. Jamie Schwaberow/NCAA Photos via Getty Images The NCAA is allowing college athletes to profit off endorsements for the first time...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — On Thursday, legislation that will allow student-athletes to benefit from their Name, Image and Likeness, or NIL, goes into effect. Philadelphia’s University of Pennsylvania has been preparing for this moment to support its student-athletes over the past several months. “This new era of intercollegiate athletics is upon us, and I am proud to say that Penn Athletics...
    The NCAA has approved a temporary policy to allow college athletes in all three divisions to get paid for the use of their name, image and likeness (NIL), the organization announced Wednesday. The new policy will go into effect on Thursday, the same day NIL laws are set to go into effect in seven states, and last until federal legislation...
    U.S. college athletes nationwide are now allowed to profit from the use of their name, image and likeness, the NCAA announced Wednesday. The National Collegiate Athletic Association’s board of directors voted to overturn an increasingly controversial rule that prohibited athletes from leveraging their popularity for business pursuits, marking a historic shift toward an era of increased financial opportunities for student...
    More On: st. johns red storm St. John’s season hangs in balance as star assesses NBA draft stock St. John’s to host powerhouse at Islanders’ new arena College baseball’s greatest game turns 40 St. John’s head coach rewarded for turnaround Across the country, college athletes can now profit off their Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) following the NCAA’s Division...
    Federal judge rules SpaceX must comply with DOJ subpoena of hiring records 40 Cities That Could Be Poised For a Housing Crisis The NCAA as it once existed is now a memory.  © Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports On Wednesday, the governing body announced every collegiate student-athlete in the country can begin cashing in on endorsements and other agreements linked...
    (CNN)Starting Thursday, college athletes will have the opportunity to make money from their name, image and likeness (NIL) after the NCAA Board of Governors approved an interim policy that gives student-athletes in all three divisions the ability to profit from sponsorship opportunities for the first time."This is an important day for college athletes since they all are now able to...
    DALLAS -- The NCAA has cleared the way for athletes to profit off their name, just as legislation is soon to become law in several states that would allow for such compensation.The expected approval from the NCAA Board of Directors came a few days after a recommendation from the Division I Council to allow athletes in every state to pursue...
    A teen on Long Island is among 10 statewide who are the latest to receive a full ride to any SUNY or CUNY school after being chosen in the second to last round of New York’s “Get a Shot to Make Your Future’ COVID vaccination campaign. Last month, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that the state is raffling off...
    Police in Adams County are looking for a California man who they say admitted through a Facebook message that he raped an 18-year-old Gettysburg College student in 2013, reports say. An affidavit alleges that Ian Cleary, 28, of Saratoga, California, stalked Shannon Keeler at a party in December 2013, and followed her to her dorm, where he sexually assaulted her,...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Student Researchers at McDaniel College are working to help stop the spread of Covid-19. It’s a lofty goal but a goal that McDaniel chemistry students like George Abbas are trying to tackle. He is one of several working to create a Covid-19 antiviral drug. READ MORE: Police: 2 Suspects Charged In Murder Of Darrin Barnes “Having more...
    More On: warrants GOP reps want FBI director to explain FISA warrant ‘violations’ Alleged Peter Luger shooter wanted for armed robbery in North Carolina NYPD says ‘no-knock’ warrants are critical for getting guns, drugs off street US Marshal shot while serving arrest warrant in Ohio An arrest warrant has been issued for a former Gettysburg College upperclassman accused of...
    Ohio’s state legislature has unanimously passed a bill expanding the definition of hazing and increasing penalties for the practice in memory of an 18-year-old college student who died during a 2018 hazing incident at Ohio University.  Senate Bill 126, also known as “Collin’s Law,” passed in the House on Friday after being approved by the Senate earlier this month.  According...
    A student at an elite Massachusetts college accused a cafeteria employee and janitors at the school of racial discrimination, but after an investigation cleared everyone involved, the cafeteria employee still can’t shed the student’s accusation years after the incident, The New York Times reported. Oumou Kanoute, a student at the elite Smith College, accused the school’s cafeteria employee, Jackie Blair,...
    VIDEO3:2703:27How families can appeal for more college financial aidSquawk Box As high school graduation festivities come to an end, a new milestone is ahead for families of first-year college students — making the first tuition payment.  Invoices for the fall semester are often sent out at the beginning of July and payments are typically due the first week of August....
    In an Education and Labor Committee hearing Thursday, GOP freshmen Rep. Michelle Steel pushed Education Secretary Miguel Cardona to address college admittance practices that abet discrimination by judging students on subjective matters such as "likeability" In February, the Department of Justice shut down a Trump-era lawsuit that alleged Yale University relied on affirmative action policies during its admittance process in...
    (CNN)The NCAA plans to implement interim measures that would allow college athletes to profit off their name, image and likeness (NIL).The measures are intended to be in place by July 1, NCAA president Mark Emmert said in a memo sent to member schools and obtained by CNN Wednesday.The memo comes after the Supreme Court unanimously decided Monday that student-athletes could...
    (CNN)In a decision that could shake up college sports, the Supreme Court ruled this week against the NCAA's restrictions on education-related perks for student athletes. The case affirmed lower court rulings and further chipped away at the National Collegiate Athletic Association's power over the athletes who drive its revenue. College athletics rake in billions of dollars through sales of tickets...
                      by Casey Harper  Paying college athletes has been a hotly debated topic for years, but now the U.S. Supreme Court has released a ruling on the issue. A group of current and former student athletes brought the lawsuit against the National Collegiate Athletic Association, arguing that the organization violated antitrust...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS SF) — In the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court decision in favor of compensating college athletes, two key California lawmakers say they want to launch the state’s groundbreaking ‘Fair Pay to Play Act’ in time for the 2021 college football season. The state law that allows athletes at colleges and universities in California to earn money from...
    A US Marine reservist has been convicted in the death of a 19-year-old college student, who suffered a fatal brain injury during a fight after leaving a party in Boston in 2019. A military court found Lance Corporal Samuel London guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Emerson College sophomore Daniel Hollis, 19. Hollis and some friends were leaving an off-campus...
    A North Jersey college student is hoping to be one of the brighter lights in the TikTok community. Liam Cassidy first downloaded the video-sharing app during quarantine as a way to pass the time, and began filming his own videos shortly thereafter. It wasn't long before they starting going viral.  "Everything that happens in my head I try to capitalize...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The US Supreme Court puts the NCAA on notice about changing its rules on how college athletes should be compensated. In a unanimous ruling, it sides with the athletes, saying that NCAA is violating anti-trust laws by limiting their education-related benefits. READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Is Another Relief Payment Coming? This would cover student-athletes being...
    NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM/CNN) – A unanimous Supreme Court said student athletes could receive education-related payments, in a case that could reshape college sports by allowing more money from a billion-dollar industry to go to the players. College sports raise billions of dollars from ticket sales, television contracts and merchandise, and supporters of the students say the players are being exploited...
    The Supreme Court on Monday ruled in a unanimous decision the NCAA illegally restricted education-based benefits that could be used as compensation for student-athletes. The opinion didn’t rule whether college athletes can receive a salary, but will help determine whether schools decide to offer players thousands of dollars in those benefits for things like tutoring, study abroad and internships. CLICK...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF/AP) — Ruling on an appeal of a decision by the San Francisco-based 9th Circuit, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday said the NCAA can’t enforce certain rules limiting the education-related benefits — things like computers and graduate scholarships — that colleges offer athletes. The case doesn’t decide whether students can be paid salaries. California already has...
    BOSTON (CBS) – A military jury found a former Marine guilty in the death of Emerson College student Daniel Hollis. Samuel London was convicted of involuntary manslaughter. London was accused of getting into a fight with Hollis in Brighton in October 2019. READ MORE: Worcester Aims To Reduce Illegal Fireworks After Alarming Increase Of Complaints Surveillance video showed Hollis being...
    (CNN)A unanimous Supreme Court said on Monday that student athletes could receive education-related payments in a case that could reshape college sports by allowing more money from a billion-dollar industry to go to the players.Justice Neil Gorsuch delivered the opinion of the court.This is a breaking story and will be updated.
    Washington — The Supreme Court on Monday said the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) cannot strictly limit certain benefits for student-athletes as a means of protecting their amateur status, delivering a blow to the behemoth organization as it battles efforts to allow collegiate athletes to receive some financial compensation. The high court ruled unanimously in favor of the student-athletes, with...
    FRESNO, Calif. -- A program in California is helping formerly incarcerated people change their lives and graduate from college."I've changed who I am and where I'm going. I don't want to be the person that I was before, I don't want to commit crimes... I want to be a contributing member to my society," said Aaron Greene.Greene went to jail...
    (CNN)Maya Nepos had only a few days left before graduating from college at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, when she realized she had $600 worth of unused meal plan money left. Nepos didn't have in-person classes during the pandemic and therefore didn't utilize her meal plan much.At first, Nepos decided to start a challenge on TikTok to her almost...
    (CNN)College baseball pitcher Sang Ho Baek died following complications from ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction, commonly known as Tommy John surgery, according to a verified GoFundMe page organized by one of his teammates.Baek, 20, who recently completed his freshman season with George Mason University, died on June 12, according to the university's athletics department. "We are devastated by the passing...
    BOSTON (CBS) – A jury will now decide the fate a Marine reservist who is accused of killing Emerson College student Daniel Hollis. Samuel London is accused of murdering 19-year-old Hollis in 2019. READ MORE: Sand Sculpture Competition Returns To Hampton Beach Emerson College sophomore Daniel Hollis. (Family Photo) Hollis suffered brain trauma during an incident in October 2019 when...
    A 20-year-old college student in Iowa who was charged with shooting and killing his parents and sister at their family home this week told police that a masked man committed the triple murder, according to a criminal complaint released Wednesday. Alexander Jackson called police Tuesday morning to report that a male intruder had broken into his family’s Cedar Rapids home...