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With a chance at its first March Madness bid since 1969, Seattle University has a chance to restore glory.
Three decades after a plane crash killed Mozambique’s President Samora Machel, unanswered questions linger.
Before March Madness, let’s look back to the future at three of college basketball’s foundational programs.
Inspired by all-Black baseball leagues and organized by Baptist pastors, Canada’s pioneering Colored Hockey League became a hotbed of invention.
The American singer became an irresistible icon in the southern African nation after he performed there in 1970.
When Ann Meyers Drysdale became the first woman invited to an NBA tryout, some called it a publicity stunt. Others called it historic.
When the Dutch invaded southern Bali, the conquered kingdom’s response was weird and tragic — a ritual slaughter.
In colonial America, the community had a say in private, domestic issues — and a very public shaming ritual intended to solve them.
Billie Holiday took her own heartache and turned it into enduring vocal art.
A single moment, in all its ugliness, can transform everything. In this instance? A 1974 teen potboiler about prison that’s almost as bad as being in prison.
In a league of wacky characters and wild stories, a basketball team in sunny South Florida managed to stand out.
When the FBI arrested letter-bombing anarchist Ted Kaczynski, some Montana journalism students turned a hunch and a little luck into iconic images.