The NCAA isn’t a moral arbiter—nor should it be
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has gotten ahead of its member universities and its own constitutional principles. On Sept. 12, the association pulled all 2016-17 national-championship events out of North Carolina to protest a state law there overriding local antidiscrimination ordinances that, among other things, allowed transgender people to use the public restroom of their choice.
Originally published: September 25, 2016
Author: Rev. John I. Jenkins
Institution: University of Notre Dame
Published by: The Wall Street Journal