By Brad Wolverton | The Chronicle of Higher Education | June 4, 2012 A portrait of a University of Memphis football player who couldn't read when he arrived at college. Who failed, Dasmine Cathey or a college system that values athletic ability over education? He hid them in a shoebox under his bed. "My own little secret," he said. Inside the box, he kept 10 thin paperbacks he was given as a child. For years he didn't touch them. But as he reached 19, they became a lifeline. Read the full article here.