Campus Corner

April 25, 2014

Northwestern football players vote on union membership as NCAA structure nears change

As Northwestern football players voted in Evanston, Ill., on whether to form a union, the National College Players Association advocacy group was claiming a victory without knowledge of the result. The vote came one day after the NCAA Board of Directors proposed a new governance structure that would provide the Division I football-playing schools with the largest athletic budgets, including Northwestern, the autonomy to make changes that would provide additional benefits to athletes.

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