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    A pair of students on Long Island are among 10 statewide who are the latest to receive a full ride to any SUNY or CUNY school after being chosen in the fourth 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 Texas Longhorns own the color orange after eliminating the Tennessee Volunteers from the College World Series, using the moment for a savage troll.  There are a handful of college athletics programs synonymous with the color orange. The Texas Longhorns and Tennessee Volunteers are the biggest of the bunch. So it was fitting that the...
    (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...
    As the Tennessee Volunteers arrive back home from Omaha, their athletic department is reportedly working to make sure Tony Vitello stays in Knoxville. Despite only going 0-2 in the 2021 College World Series, the Tennessee Volunteers are wrapping up an incredibly successful season. The Vols were consistently one of the best college baseball teams in...
    On Monday, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the NCAA can no longer attempt to preserve the amateurism of college athletes by limiting educational benefits. Unlimited benefits tied to education for college athletes enhances their ability to earn compensation, simultaneously stripping the power from the NCAA. According to ESPN contributor and syndicated sports radio host...
    Former Kentucky basketball star Rex Chapman says he received an offer of $500,000 during his recruitment process coming out of high school. Add Rex Chapman to the long list of former college athletes who were offered money during their recruiting process. Next: 25 best buzzer-beaters in March Madness history For more NCAA basketball news, analysis,...
    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) signed three civics education bills Tuesday, including HB 5, which requires high school students to learn about “communism and totalitarianism,” ideologies that “conflict with the principles of freedom and democracy essential to the founding principles of the United States.” “It’s crucial to ensure that we teach our students how to...
    The College Football Playoff has taken another step towards officially expanding. According to CBS Sports, the College Football Playoff Board of Managers signed off on a feasibility study for the 12-team model Tuesday. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The College Football Playoff is on the verge of officially...
    FALL RIVER (CBS) – A local college is offering a shot at a scholarship for students who came to their COVID vaccine clinic this week. Bristol Community College held a clinic Tuesday for people 12 and older. READ MORE: Coronavirus In Massachusetts: Todays Developments Every person vaccinated got a $25 Stop and Shop gift card...
    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced new state programs for students Tuesday that will require civics and patriotism education as well as CPR training. "Once students graduate high school, some will go to college, some of them will do other things…whatever you do, this civics is gonna be relevant because you are going to be a...
                      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...
    Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli aren't letting the college admissions scandal stop them from having a good time as the pair was recently spotted enjoying a vacation in Mexico.   In a recent photo from their getaway, the "Full House" alum, 56, can be seen soaking up some sun poolside while smiling and happily chatting...
    (CBS DETROIT) – During a briefing on Tuesday at Belle Isle, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced the expansion of the Futures for Frontliners scholarship program. The tuition-free scholarships would now include frontline workers who served between November 1, 2020 and January 31, 2021. With the expansion, upwards of 22,000 additional workers would be eligible to apply...
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    Teamsters announce plan for unionization effort at Amazon Bank of America Corp. stock outperforms competitors on strong trading day Subscribe to The Yahoo Sports College Podcast Apple Podcasts • Stitcher • Google Podcasts • Spotify At a time when Justices Thomas & Sotomayor probably couldn't agree on the color of the ocean or if...
    The 11 university presidents and chancellors who oversee the College Football Playoff authorized a continued evaluation of a proposed 12-team playoff on Tuesday that, if eventually adopted, could still be another five years away. While far from an approval of the proposal, the move by the CFP board of managers was a necessary step to...
    By Ashley A. Smith | EdSource An Alameda County civil grand jury report released Monday criticized the Peralta Community College District’s board of trustees for infighting, unhealthy governance and ineffective leadership. The report identified multiple problems that have long plagued Peralta’s leadership. One of 73 districts in California’s 116 community college system, the Peralta district...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – The 11 university presidents and chancellors who oversee the College Football Playoff authorized a continued evaluation of a proposed 12-team playoff on Tuesday that, if eventually adopted, could still be another five years away. While far from an approval of the proposal, the move by the CFP board of managers was a...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago public health officials announced a new vaccination incentive Tuesday along with the expansion of the city's in-home vaccination program.The city's in-home vaccination program, Protect Chicago at Home, is now open to all Chicago residents ages 12 and up, Chicago Dept. of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady said.To incentivize residents to...
    Feds Powell says high inflation temporary, will abate How stocks and other financial assets fare when inflation climbs Scott Frantz hoped this moment would come. How Carl Nassibs coming out just changed the lives of many USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Toughest...
    After handling their opponents in their first games, the Virginia Cavaliers and the Mississippi State Bulldogs are ready to play each other in the College World Series. Following Mississippi State’s win over the Texas Longhorns, the Bulldogs are now set to face off against a Virginia Cavaliers team who did what MSU couldn’t: beat Tennessee....
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    College Football Playoff expansion is coming, but not as soon as fans may want. With the College Football Playoff likely expanding to 12 teams, implementing the expanded playoff isn’t likely for a few more years College Football Playoff expansion will happen, but it may not be a reality until the 2026 season. Next: Ranking every College Football...
    Treasury Auction Nudges 2-Year Note Yields To Top of Fed Target Rate 39 Supermarket Buys That Are a Waste of Money The College Football Playoff has taken the next step toward expanding its format to 12 teams. The CFP board of managers and management committee met in Dallas Tuesday to discuss the expansion model...
    The university presidents who oversee the College Football Playoff have approved the next step in the expansion process: A feasibility study to determine the details for the proposed 12-team, four-round event that would transform college football. Formal approval is expected this fall, with expansion beginning in either the 2023 or 2026 seasons. Following a meeting...
    The Texas Longhorns and the Tennessee Volunteers are both looking to stay alive in the 2021 College World Series. The College World Series hasn’t started out great for the two highest remaining seeds in the 2021 NCAA Baseball Tournament. Both Texas and Tennessee were given heartbreaking losses during their first games in Omaha. But the...
    When Kylie Munson first started college, her mom would walk her to the classrooms at Los Angeles Mission College, then wait, patiently, outside on a bench until she finished. She was 11 at the time, taking classes with peers much older – ones who could at least drive themselves to school. Munson, now 15, walked...
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    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...
    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...
    FAMILIES with college students may qualify for a $500 single payment under Joe Biden's child tax credit extension. The one time check will be sent to those eligible, with dependants up to the age of 24 and in full in time study able to qualify. Read our stimulus checks live blog for the...
    Philip Morris moving corporate headquarters to Connecticut U.S. stocks pause for breath after bounce, with all eyes on Fed’s Powell At the heart of every wrong move the NCAA has made over the past decade lies a miscalculation that ultimately led it to a 9-0 slaughter at the Supreme Court on Monday and could...
    Reddit users want to know what the best traditions are in college football. The college football subreddit is currently debating the best traditions on the “What are your favorite CFB traditions?” thread, and it’s not hard at all me to answer that question. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)...
    (CNN)In times of struggle, people often turn to faith to give them grounding -- and hope. America's students, battling the effects of the pandemic, endeavoring to complete their academics and searching for employment opportunities, are no exception. In the next installment of "Generation Resilient," CNN Opinion asked five students to share the role that religion...
    The Supreme Court unanimously ruled Monday that the NCAA cannot impose limits for education-related compensation and benefits for athletes in a decision that could impact hundreds of Bay Area students as well as the local universities that participate in major college sports. The 9-0 vote could signal the start of reshaping a billion-dollar industry...
    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...
    NFL star Carl Nassib started his college career at Pennsylvania State University.   He enrolled before making his way onto the Penn State Nittany Lions Football team as a walk on in 2011.  3Nassib started playing college football in 2011Credit: Getty What college did Carl Nassib go to? Carl Nassib attended the Pennsylvania State University...
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of the college athletes, who are now making huge profits but not losing any of their salaries. Nine sages were invited to comment on the lowest question: the benefits of the nature of education for these athletes (computers, scientific equipment, musical instruments …). The...
                      by Jackson Walker  Findings from a new North Dakota State University survey reveal that the majority of students identifying as liberal or liberal-leaning are not proud of America. In response to the question “Are you proud to be American?” 57 percent of liberal identifying students...
                      by Dace Potas  Public school officials in Chicago will let each campus decide if it will keep school resource officers for the fall. But at least some majority black schools have indicated they want the police in the building, with one council being accused of “upholding white...
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    A Virginia official promoted Critical Race Theory trainings and writings during a presentation to America’s oldest military academy’s Board of Visitors. Dr. Janice Underwood, the state of Virginia’s Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer, told the Virginia Military Institute (VMI) Board of Visitors that ‘White Fragility’ author and diversity consultant Robin DiAngelo’s thinking explains why...
    By JESSICA GRESKO WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday the NCAA can’t limit education-related benefits — like computers and paid internships — that colleges can offer their sports stars, a victory for athletes that could help open the door to further easing in the decades-old fight over paying student-athletes. Schools...
    (CNN)If you've done this sports writing job long enough, you have stories. Jeff PearlmanStories about high school athletes being plucked from poor neighborhoods and poverty, teleported to a grassy college campus, then told: "Adjust!" Stories about running backs and point guards who wear university jerseys on the field or the court that sell for...
    NBC NBC's College Bowl There’s a fun new game show coming to TV with “College Bowl,” premiering Tuesday, June 22 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. If you don’t have cable, here are some different ways you can watch a live stream of “College Bowl” online:Heavy may earn an affiliate commission if you...
    Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. Heat wave stories require global context Re. “Heat wave coming — ‘It’s gonna cook,’” Page B1, June 16: Any article on regional heat waves that fails to mention our global heat wave is missing context. While the nature...
    The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that the NCAA cannot limit the compensation that student-athletes can receive, as long as it is related to their education.   In a 9-0 ruling, the court upheld a lower court ruling that expanded education-related benefits for U.S. college athletes beyond athletic scholarships. Such benefits could include free computers,...
    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?...
    By JESSICA GRESKO WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court r uled unanimously Monday the NCAA can’t limit education-related benefits — like computers and paid internships — that colleges can offer their sports stars, a victory for athletes that could help open the door to further easing in the decades-old fight over paying student-athletes. ...