Upset by Wisconsin calling a timeout with a large lead in the final minute, Michigan Coach Juwan Howard landed a slap on a Badgers assistant and players from both teams had a scrum.
A Princeton sociologist and a single mother herself, she brought her own experience to her wide body of scholarly work.
Or does it just create another ideological bubble?
What the orthopedist saw on the X-rays surprised him.
From California to Minnesota to Massachusetts, turkeys have taken a liking to university life, leading to social media stardom and crosswalk confrontations.
How the University of Wisconsin got it wrong with a once-treasured, Oscar-winning alumnus.
A textbook demonstration of the difference between sincere activism and playacting.
In 1966, he found heat-resistant bacteria in a hot spring at Yellowstone National Park. That led to the development of the chemical process behind the coronavirus test.
The N.C.A.A. does not track coronavirus cases, but a New York Times analysis shows the pandemic’s toll across college athletics. Many universities have kept their case counts from the public.
Mink in Denmark are not the only animals that could become reservoirs for the coronavirus to spread new mutations to people.
In response to the coronavirus, the conference first said no to fall football on its campuses. Then, after being pulled in different directions by players, politicians and others, the league reversed course.
Faced with soaring coronavirus caseloads, some universities told students to “stay put” for 14 days. College journalists report from their quarantined campuses.
In reversing their call to postpone the season, the Big Ten’s presidents ignored the realities of life on their campuses in the pandemic. Athletes may pay the price.