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Mark Emmert

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  • Lauren Hill, who made inspirational layup, dies of tumor

    Lauren Hill's teammates and coaches are remembering the 19-year-old college basketball player with her own inspiring words: "Never give up." An example she lived by as she fought a brain tumor and rallied those around her to help her achieve her dream of...
  • Lauren Hill, college basketball player who fought cancer, dies

    Lauren Hill, college basketball player who fought cancer, dies
    Lauren Hill's teammates and coaches are remembering the 19-year-old college basketball player with her own inspiring words: "Never give up." An example she lived by as she fought a brain tumor and rallied those around her to help her achieve her dream...
  • Lauren Hill Dies; College Basketball Player Was Inspiration To Many

    Lauren Hill Dies; College Basketball Player Was Inspiration To Many
    CINCINNATI — Lauren Hill spent her final year polishing a layup and inspiring others to live fully. She succeeded at both as she fought an inoperable brain tumor. The 19-year-old freshman basketball player at Mount St. Joseph University died at...
  • Recent editorials published in Indiana newspapers

    The Goshen News. April 4, 2015. Time for Indiana to take next step on equal rights During a second private bill signing in a week, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence approved changes Thursday to the now notorious Religious Freedom Restoration Act, finally spelling...
  • NCAA update: How Duke and Kentucky prostitute themselves for sports

    NCAA update: How Duke and Kentucky prostitute themselves for sports
    The University of Kentucky was knocked out of the NCAA men's basketball championship by Wisconsin on Saturday, one victory shy of an undefeated record. The team will be watching from the sidelines when Wisconsin plays Duke for the national title Monday...
  • NCAA weighs response to Indiana's religious freedom law

    NCAA weighs response to Indiana's religious freedom law
    With the Final Four a week away from shining a spotlight on Indianapolis, NCAA President Mark Emmert said Thursday that the governing body for college sports is concerned about an Indiana law that could allow businesses to discriminate against gay people....
  • Letter: Law has nothing to do with freedom or religion

    I am writing to join in the chorus of outrage against Gov. Mike Pence's signing into law the so-called Religious Freedom bill overwhelmingly passed by Republican members of the Indiana General Assembly. As someone who has stood for a lifetime on...
  • Arkansas, Indiana governors sign amended religious freedom laws

    Arkansas, Indiana governors sign amended religious freedom laws
    The governors of Arkansas and Indiana on Thursday quickly signed revised versions of their respective religious freedom laws, hoping to quell a national uproar that united business leaders and gay rights activists who fought the measures as potentially...
  • NCAA President: Issue of Indiana law more important than basketball

     NCAA President: Issue of Indiana law more important than basketball
    INDIANAPOLIS — NCAA President Mark Emmert said Thursday he had considered the option of moving the organization's headquarters and said the association would look more closely at potentially discriminatory laws before awarding bids for future...
  • On The Fly: South Windsor's Fournier Reaches 1,000 K's At Tufts

    On The Fly: South Windsor's Fournier Reaches 1,000 K's At Tufts
    •Swing and a miss: Tufts senior pitcher Allyson Fournier from South Windsor and East Catholic High topped the 1,000-strikeout career mark Wednesday at Babson College. She is the 17th player in NCAA history and the fifth from New England to reach the...
  • NCAA's Emmert: Indiana Law 'Absolutely' Had To Change

    INDIANAPOLIS — NCAA President Mark Emmert made it clear that the association would not tolerate discrimination and was willing to take its business out of Indiana if the state's religious objections law wasn't fixed to his satisfaction. Whether...