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  • Tuesday's local interest college basketball roundup: VCU's Weber named A-10 Defensive Player of Year

    MEN: Though a major knee injury kept him from completing the season, VCU senior Briante Weber of Chesapeake was named the Atlantic 10 Defensive Player of the Year. Weber finished his career 12 steals short of the NCAA record held by former...
  • Obama plans to make it easier to pay your student loans

    Obama plans to make it easier to pay your student loans
    President Barack Obama signed a presidential memorandum Tuesday directing federal agencies to overhaul the way Americans repay their student loans. The move is the latest in a series of steps the administration has taken to promote college access and...
  • Obama calls for more rights for struggling student borrowers

    Obama calls for more rights for struggling student borrowers
    President Obama urged student borrowers Tuesday to stand up for their rights, and announced a medley of modest steps to bring some order to a notoriously chaotic system. Obama unveiled his "student aid bill of rights" before a gymnasium packed with...
  • U.S. News names best grad schools for business, law, engineering

    U.S. News names best grad schools for business, law, engineering
    The University of Chicago, Northwestern and Illinois have some of the best graduate schools in the nation for business, law and engineering, according to a U.S. News and World Report list released Tuesday. U. of C. ranked fourth among law schools,...
  • Cornell SAE hazing case has lawyer asking: Where's the adult oversight?

    Cornell SAE hazing case has lawyer asking: Where's the adult oversight?
    A lawyer representing the family of a Sigma Alpha Epsilon pledge at Cornell University who died four years ago after a hazing incident said Tuesday that his case and the racist video chant by SAE members at the University of Oklahoma have a key element in...
  • Sunshine law not the panacea when it comes to picking a college president

    Sunshine law not the panacea when it comes to picking a college president
    Regarding your recent editorial condemning SB 182, which would exempt the names of potential candidates for state university presidencies from the Sunshine Laws until the last 10 days. My mind flashed to Harvard's David Reisman who wrote that Florida's...
  • Scientists reveal the real reason you have eyelashes

    Scientists reveal the real reason you have eyelashes
    The mysterious function of eyelashes has been revealed at last -- thanks to science. After measuring the dimensions of nearly two dozen mammal eyes, performing a series of wind tunnel experiments and engaging in some complex fluid dynamic modeling,...
  • Game designer Tim Schafer’s ‘Grim’ path tracks adventure genre’s growth

     
    THE PLAYER Before an interview via video conference even starts, game designer Tim Schafer jots down a message, then holds […]...
  • Lawsuit complicates Brian Bell's plan to sign with FSU

    Lawsuit complicates Brian Bell's plan to sign with FSU
    Brian Bell is unsure if his commitment will be honored by FSU on National Signing Day. Bell, a three-star linebacker recruit from Valdosta (Ga.) Lowndes High, committed to FSU last February, but his status with the school is unknown the eve of...
  • Ex-Louisville Player Chris Jones Pleads Not Guilty To Rape, Sodomy Charges

    Ex-Louisville Player Chris Jones Pleads Not Guilty To Rape, Sodomy Charges
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Former University of Louisville basketball player Chris Jones pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of rape and sodomy, days after being dismissed from the team. Jones, 23, appeared in Jefferson District Court before Judge...
  • In fourth season, Mark Turgeon hasn't changed, but Terps' fortunes finally have

    Anniversaries are useful milestones for measuring progress or, in some cases, decline. In that way, college basketball mimics life, with coaches judged, year after year, by how their programs have grown — or not. Come Tuesday night, it will be...