Women's College Drops Sports to Focus on Wellness
by Paul Steinbach November 2012
Citing the rising cost of sponsoring an intercollegiate athletics program, as well as concern over general students' health, Atlanta's Spelman College has decided to replace sports with a wellness program that serves the entire campus population.
Dieticians Push for Deregulation of Student-Athlete Feeding
by Paul Steinbach September 2012
Deregulation. Job creation. Putting food on the table. It may sound like tired election-year rhetoric, but these are issues foremost on the minds of members of the Collegiate & Professional Sports Dieticians Association.
Men's College Basketball Programs Facing Attendance Declines
by Paul Steinbach June 2012
Is the NBA's Oklahoma franchise stealing the ticket-sales thunder from major college basketball programs in the state? Are Duke students less crazy about watching the Blue Devils at Cameron Indoor Stadium than they used to be?
Is Lacrosse on the Cusp of a Division I Sponsorship Explosion?
by Paul Steinbach May 2012
John Paul huddled with his players after they had just defeated Michigan State in last year's club lacrosse regular-season finale. Paul, a University of Michigan alum and former athletics administrator who over 14 years built arguably the most successful club lacrosse program in the nation, had an announcement to make.
Exercise Intervention Policies in Campus Fitness Centers
by Emily Attwood March 2012
Today's generation of incoming college freshmen expect a college to deliver the full package - not just a good education, but the latest technology, luxurious dorms, state-of-the art buildings, an elite athletic program and of course, an extensive offering of recreational activities to keep them busy outside of class.
Sports and Recreation Facilities Boost Small-College Enrollment
by Andrew Cohen January 2012
Rick Creehan has been here before. Not here, exactly. When he started out in higher education in 1984, it was as the baseball coach at Allegheny College - a relatively well-known school, where he was given a relatively straightforward charge of producing winning baseball teams.
Sexual Abuse Expert Cordelia Anderson Assesses Coaching Scandals
by Paul Steinbach December 2011
As president of the National Coalition to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation, Cordelia Anderson sees the Penn State University scandal as both a tragedy and an opportunity.
Record NCAA Graduation Rates Don't Tell The Whole Story
by Paul Steinbach December 2011
Nearing the end of a year marked by scandal and scrutiny, the NCAA finally had some good news to share.
New Projects: University of Washington; Ithaca College; FAU
by Emily Attwood December 2011
The University of Washington's Husky Stadium will have a new look for the 2013 football season.
Athletic Departments and First Amendment Rights of Student Journalists
by Paul Steinbach October 2011
Aaron Smith was looking forward to joining a dozen or so members of the mainstream media at a scheduled gathering of University of Kentucky men's basketball players, each of whom would be available for eight-minute one-on-one interviews.