- NCAA Penn State Sanctions: $60 Million Fine and 4-Year Bowl Ban, in Wake of Sandusky/Paterno Scandal
- In the wake of the child sex-abuse scandal surrounding former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, fines in excess of $60 million are to be levied against the university by the NCAA.
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- Harvard University Elects James W Breyer to Corporation
- The Harvard University announced that James W. Breyer, a leading venture capitalist, will join the President and Fellows of Harvard College, also known as the Harvard Corporation, on July 1, 2013.
- Sacred Heart University Names Bobby Valentine Athletics Director
- The Sacred Heart University sports community gets a shot in the arm with the joining of Bobby Valentine, a big name in baseball circle. On Tuesday he was named executive director of Intercollegiate Athletics by the university.
- Eastern Michigan University to Host Unplug Event
- The Eastern Michigan University will observe an unplugged event on Wednesday, Feb 27 at 5 p.m in the Multi-Cultural Lounge of King Hall on Ypsilanti campus of Eastern Michigan University.
- Energy Secretary Chu to Resume Teaching Physics at Stanford University
- United States Secretary of Energy Steven Chu will head back to the Stanford University to join the faculty after he demits his office this year.
- John F Kerry Will Make First Policy Speech at University of Virginia
- US Secretary of State, John F. Kerry will speak at the University of Virginia on Feb 20. It's said to be his first public remarks after succeeding Hillary Clinton earlier this year.
- EMU Marching Band to Perform on Detroit Public TV Music Show
- The Eastern Michigan University Marching Band will be featured on the nationally syndicated television show, "Ariel, Zoey, & Eli, Too," aired on Detroit Public Television (WTVS), Friday, Feb. 15, at 5 p.m, said the university.