Delayed By CTU Strike, Athletes Hit The Pitch For Recruiters, Chance For ScholarshipsCoaches hunting for talent. Players hunting for a home. The final fallout from a teachers strike where the ripple effects may last awhile longer.
Mayor Lightfoot Turns Out At Gately Stadium To Cheer On Simeon In Playoff GameMayor Lori Lightfoot paid a visit to Gately Stadium in the Roseland community Saturday to cheer on Simeon Career Academy, as the Wolverines played and won in the Illinois football playoffs.
NCAA Moves Closer To Letting College Athletes Profit From Use Of Name And Image; Bill Pending In Illinois
School Canceled Again Tuesday Amid Teachers' Strike, Advocate Suggests New Idea To Help Student AthletesTuesday will mark the ninth day of missed class for Chicago Public Schools students.
Teachers' Strike Costs Solorio Academy Soccer Team The PlayoffsThe week-old Chicago teachers’ strike has already cost a school soccer team the playoffs.
Attorney Hopes To Secure Place For Jones Prep Cross-Country Team In Regionals Despite Teachers' StrikeA Chicago Public Schools cross-country team has lawyered up – now looking for a way to keep their season alive as teachers are on strike.
Student Athletes Plead With State To Play Amid Chicago Teachers' StrikeAs the Chicago teachers’ strike continued Sunday, more student athletes were speaking out in hopes of salvaging their playoff runs.
IHSA Launches New Initiative To Address ConcussionsSports organizations across the nation have come under fire for not doing enough to safeguard against concussions, particularly in football, and the IHSA’s “Play Smart. Play Hard” campaign was designed to address that.
Simeon Champs Excel At Academics, TooThis year's championship basketball team could be remembered for more than their hoops skills. As CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports, these are some pretty smart student athletes.
Extended Strike Could Put Some Student-Athletes' College Dreams At RiskWhile the city’s teachers’ strike continues, the 11,000 student-athletes attending Chicago Public Schools can't play, after the Illinois High School Association denied the district’s request for a waiver to allow for games and practices during the walkout.
Thompson: Pay Student-Athletes? Sure, But How?Last week, Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delaney said that conference officials discussed the possibility of paying their student-athletes.
Muller: NCAA Admits Change Is Needed. Will They Follow Through?Oh boy. The NCAA is giving me a migraine headache…and I don’t even get migraines.