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Can honest dialogue and a college game help police and community overcome fears and distrust?

Sean Sheppard was distraught as he watched, again and yet again, videos circulating on news and social media of violent altercations between law enforcement officers and African-American men.

Lacrosse coaches show staying power in Division I positions

The number of women's teams in Division I lacrosse has nearly tripled since 1981-82, and the number of men's teams has grown by 40 percent in the same time period.

Job shadowing gives Kentucky State athletes head start on careers

For Kentucky State junior Ditalion Battle, life always has been centered on two favorite things: basketball and video games.

Hope for a ‘Hidden City’

Having grown up in the tough Englewood neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side, Kenny Doss is aware of the negativity surrounding what he calls “the hidden city.”

Michigan football’s 2017 season chronicled in 8-part documentary

Football teams — particularly high-profile college programs — often keep their operations under strict lock and key.

Game-Changing Faculty Programs

Faculty involvement in college sports was part of the enterprise from its very beginning.

New science building becomes reality with $65 million from Kentucky athletics

Sometimes the best plans are drawn up on napkins. That’s how the funding of a new $112 million science building at Kentucky took shape five years ago.

How to turn your leafy green mix into a power-packed meal 

When choosing a large plate of greens for a main course, salad lovers of the world should remember: Lettuce alone does not a meal make.

Student-athlete numbers keep climbing, but not all sports  keep same pace

Each fall for the past 15 years, the number of NCAA college athletes has stepped closer to reaching 500,000 nationwide.

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