Tim Pernetti is out as Rutgers athletic director, two days after the basketball coach he hired, Mike Rice, was dismissed when a video went public showing him shoving, grabbing and throwing balls at players and using anti-gay slurs. (April 5...
Fargo, North Dakota kicked off its annual rite of spring Wednesday when hundreds of junior high school students got out of school to fill sandbags. (April 3)
As news of the firing of Rutgers Basketball coach Mike Rice made its way across campus, many students say they feel the behavior is an embarrassment for the school. (April. 3)
Rutgers fired basketball coach Mike Rice on Wednesday after a videotape aired showing him shoving, grabbing and throwing balls at players in practice and using gay slurs during practice. (April 3)
Ohio’s fourth-ever blooming Titan Arum — a species of plant known fondly as “corpse flower” — is beginning to bloom at Miami University. The corpse flower, Amorphophallus titanum, is named for its distinct odor that is similar to a decomposing mammal, said Jack Keegan, instructor of botany and manager of ...
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's investigative reporters broke the story about widespread cheating on tests in Atlanta Public Schools in December, 2008, and we've continued digging ever since.
The father of 7-year-old Daniel Barden talks about the pain that endures after losing his son in the Newtown school shooting. Newly released search warrants reveal an arsenal of weapons and ammunition found at the gunman's home. (March 28)
The Miami University Provost’s office has identified two finalists to be the next dean of Miami University’s business school.Mary Gowan and Kenneth Kavajecz are in the running to oversee the Richard T. Farmer School of Business’ 121 full-time faculty and 42 staff members. Undergraduate enrollment at the Farmer School of ...
Italy's highest criminal court overturned Amanda Knox's acquittal and ordered a new trial. A professor of Fordham University School of Law says 'the big wild card is the meaning of the word double jeopardy and acquittal.' (March 26)
A Rutgers University professor wants to be president of Iran. Hooshang Amirahmadi declared his intentions last year and is hopscotching the globe to bolster his name recognition and raise money. (March 26)