• Professor puts CV of his failures online to give perspective

    PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) — A Princeton University professor has published a CV of his career failures as a way to give perspective to students who are feeling discouraged.

  • Chief: University of New Mexico police, DA not at odds

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The University of New Mexico Police Department is not at odds with the local district attorney’s office, despite officers’ frustrations over how few sexual assault cases have been prosecuted, the campus police chief said Friday.

    Updated: 3:01 pm

  • West Virginia University arena closed for possible asbestos

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — A West Virginia University official says the Coliseum has been closed after workers found possible asbestos.

  • Students at the University of New Hampshire have lunch at the new $17,000 custom-made chef's table, top, at the campus dining hall Friday April 29, 2016 in Durham, N.H.  The University of New Hampshire now acknowledges that spending $17,000 on a custom-made chef's table with LED lights for the campus dining hall was a mistake. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

    University: Paying $17,570 for dining hall table was mistake

    DURHAM, N.H. (AP) — The University of New Hampshire now acknowledges that spending $17,000 on a custom-made chef’s table with LED lights for the campus dining hall was a mistake.

  • University of Louisville to remove Confederate monument

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A Confederate monument capped with a statue of Jefferson Davis will be removed from a spot near the University of Louisville campus where it has stood since 1895.

    Updated: 12:03 pm

  • Police criticize BYU investigations into sex assault victims

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Several Utah police officials are joining in calls to change Brigham Young University’s practice of investigating students who have reported being sexually assaulted for violations of the school’s strict code of behavior.

  • This August 2013 photo provided by Eamonn Kelly shows Kelly on Newbury Street in Boston before his double-lung transplant. Born with cystic fibrosis, Kelly plans to run a 5-kilometer race on Saturday, April 30, 2016, just six months after transplant surgery. Cystic fibrosis is a deadly disease that affects the digestive system and lungs, making it difficult to breathe. (Elana Alfred via AP)

    Teacher to run 5K race 6 months after double lung transplant

    BOSTON (AP) — Six months to the day after undergoing a life-saving double lung transplant, a Boston school teacher who was born with a disease that robs him of lung capacity is running a 5K charity road race this weekend.

    Updated: 10:20 am

  • CIAA will stay in North Carolina despite state’s LGBT law

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association says it won’t move its headquarters, its basketball tournament or other conference championships from North Carolina, despite the state’s controversial new LGBT law.

  • New Mexico sues Texas oil company for lease payments

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — The New Mexico State Land Office is suing a Texas-based oil company for years of overdue fees and recent environmental cleanup costs at a waste-water injection well used by various oil producers.

  • In this March 1, 2016 file photo, a University of Michigan equipment truck is parked next to a practice field at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. The NCAA’s Division I Board of Directors has rescinded the ban on satellite camps.
The board’s action Thursday, April 28, 2016, comes almost three weeks after the Division I Council approved a proposal prohibiting Bowl Subdivision coaches from holding or working at camps and clinics away from their schools.  (AP Photo/Ralph Russo, File)

    NCAA Board of Directors brings back satellite football camps

    The NCAA Division I Board of Directors scrapped a proposed ban on satellite camps Thursday, rebuffing a request from powerhouse conferences in the South and clearing the way for coaches to hold and work at clinics far from their campuses this summer.