NIOBRARA, Neb. (AP) — Northeast Nebraska’s Niobrara State Park will become an outdoor classroom for the fourth annual Outdoor Educational Rendezvous.
Posts Tagged Education
FARGO, N.D. (AP) — The NCAA wants to take home-ice advantage away from its regional hockey tournaments. Yet, the effort to secure neutral sites reveals an imbalance between an electrifying atmosphere and hundreds of empty seats.
Tags: By DAVE KOLPACK, College hockey, College sports, Education, Fargo, Hockey, Human welfare, Men's hockey, Men's sports, North America, North Dakota, Providence, Rhode Island, School infrastructure, Social affairs, Social issues, Sports, United States
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — David McWilliams, who has spent more than five decades serving the University of Texas’ athletic department, believes it’s time to go fishing.
NORTHFIELD, Minn. (AP) — St. Olaf College is canceling the rest of its baseball season because of hazing.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The road to Indiana’s boys basketball state finals has been anything but normal for the Griffith Panthers.