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Log in or Sign up. What happens when colleges change their names? I've got an interesting question. When a college changes its name are you suppose to use the name of the school at the time you graduated, or to change it to the new name. The reason why I ask is when I reviewed the staff directory at a college, where the name was changed, the staff that graduated from the old school, all of the credentials degrees were listed with the new name, and I know that not all of the staff graduated from the new school. What is proper precedure and has anyone ever encountered this issue before?
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In the latest move from college sports to rectify its archaic policies, the NCAA Division I Council approved a long-awaited measure Wednesday to grant all players the ability to transfer once in their careers and be immediately eligible, sources tell Sports Illustrated. The vote, expected for more than a year now, eschews a rule from the s that penalized athletes in certain sports by forcing them to miss their first season at their new school. The transfer legislation is another in a long string of changes by the NCAA to modernize its rules and make them more athlete-friendly at a critical juncture in the history of the governing body of college athletics. All of this is unfolding in the shadow of the raging debate over athlete compensation, as dozens of states hurriedly pass laws governing name, image and likeness NIL while the NCAA pleads for help from Congress. The new transfer rule, as Kampe suggests, has far-reaching ramifications and unintended consequences that worry those at the top of the sport.
Elissa Nadworny. Students on campus at the University of Georgia in Athens. As the fall semester gets underway, college students are reuniting with their friends, getting re acquainted with campus and doing what college students often do: partying. But in the time of the coronavirus, as more parties surface university administrators have been quick to condemn — and even berate — the behavior of students. Be adults.