In 2009, an Indiana girls basketball coach sued over Franklin County High School’s scheduling discrepancy: At the time, 95 percent of Franklin County boys basketball games took place in “prime time” (Friday and Saturday nights and the Wednesday before Thanksgiving), compared with just 53 percent of girls games.
Doug Leman was born in Francesville, Indiana, and he expects to die in Francesville, Indiana. His family has lived in Francesville for three generations: His parents were dairy farmers. And so were their parents — and their parents’ parents.
Notre Dame was home to the annual Run Forrest Run 5,000 meter and 10,000 meter run Saturday, which benefitted the Gary Sinise Foundation — a charity that serves active-duty military, veterans, first responders and their families.
In preparation for the race, hundreds of flags were temporarily installed near Flaherty Hall. Take a 360-degree look with this Bubbli:
The FIFA World Cup Qualifiers have begun — but if you can’t sit still until the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia, peruse this timeline of some of the most notable moments in tournament history. (The 2018 tournament starts June 14.)
School choice —a movement to provide alternatives to public school — is sure to be a top priority for President Donald Trump.
On Tuesday, during his first joint address to Congress, Trump called for a bipartisan school choice bill which would aim to help disadvantaged children trapped in failing schools.
United States Education Secretary Betsy DeVos made headlines this week, however, when she called historically black colleges and universities — which were created in response to racial segregation — “pioneers” of school choice.
She later walked back this statement, but continued to draw parallels between school choice and historically black colleges and universities.
Providing an alternative option to students denied the right to attend a quality school is the legacy of #HBCUs.