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July 30, 2014

Penn State Coach Halts Recruitment of Player After Social-Media Misstep

Penn State offensive line coach Herb Hand tweeted Wednesday morning that he had stopped pursuing one unnamed recruit because of his activity on social media.

June 02, 2014

La. Gov. Signs Bill Protecting Student-Athletes' Social-Media Privacy

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal recently signed a law that prohibits K-12 schools from requiring student-athletes to fork over access to their social-media accounts.

April 01, 2014

H.S. Basketball Player of the Year Stripped of Award Due to Obscene Tweet

A word of warning to student-athletes out there: Think twice before you tell an opposing team to "f--- yourself" on social media.

March 05, 2014

Active Video Games Found to Benefit Youths' Weight, Physical Activity

When integrated into a pediatric weight-management program, active video games have a positive effect on the amount of physical activity and weight of overweight and obese children, according to a new study.

February 12, 2014

NCAA to Begin Allowing SnapChat as Means of Communication With Recruits

College coaches will soon have yet another social-media platform to worry about.

November 05, 2013

Study: Telemedicine Can Help Rural Doctors Manage Childhood Obesity

Participation in an online learning network can help rural physicians improve their adherence to childhood-obesity-prevention guidelines, a study suggests.

October 31, 2013

NBA Star Chris Bosh Encourages Students to Learn Coding

"At this point, learning to code is simply about understanding how the world functions," Chris Bosh writes in a guest opinion piece for Wired.org.

October 25, 2013

H.S. Athlete Suspended Over Tweet Is Allowed to Wrestle

A Minn. high school student-athlete who was indefinitely suspended from sports after tweeting about "drilling" his teammates will be allowed to wrestle this season.

August 15, 2013

District Suspends Social-Media Policy for Student-Athletes

Student-athletes could have been subjected to discipline for posting demeaning or derogatory language on social-media sites.

June 24, 2013

New Oregon Law Protects Student-Athletes' Social-Media Privacy

A new Oregon law prevents postsecondary institutions from demanding the usernames and passwords of prospective student-athletes' social-media accounts.

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