Daniel Libit speaks with Baruch College law professor Marc Edelman, a sports and antitrust law expert, about the NCAA’s recent […]
Daniel Libit speaks with Sara Hebel & Scott Smallwood, the co-founders of Open Campus Media, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to […]
Daniel Libit speaks with Dr. Kathleen Bachynski, an epidemiologist and public health expert at Muhlenberg College, about college sports and […]
Even before those questionable COVID-19 waivers, college athletes were subject to all kinds of overbearing, strange, intrusive, discriminatory and legally dubious team rules. Here’s what we discovered from just last season.
Amid a global pandemic that has imperiled the upcoming college sports season, will athletic departments keep finding new reasons to hire outside help?
The COVID-19 pandemic could have killed the momentum of college sports activism. Instead, it may have given the movement its biggest boost.