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In effect, the college sports establishment has so far been able to head off fundamental alterations to its model in part by allowing incremental changes.
The New York City Department of Investigation has rebuked a report submitted by the Department of Education that also recommended the firing of the therapist, Debra Fisher.
The ruling was a victory for the college sports establishment and reaffirmed one of the N.C.A.A.’s core principles: that college athletes are primarily students.
The philanthropist Joan Weill has pledged a gift that the college president says is crucial, but the board must agree to change the Adirondack institution’s name to include hers.
Four schools are training students, often from urban areas, in sheep farming, an occupation traditionally handed down through families.