Euthanizing the Collegiate Model and the Potential Impact on Gender Equity

By Tom Tallach, Ed. D. | A recent upsurge of litigation and policy debate has besieged the traditional collegiate model. Lawsuits have included arguments over...

A Sporting Life in Korea

By Don Porter With the recent conclusion of the Winter Olympics, I recall Leaving South Korea in May 1952 via Pusan on a troop ship...

If I Had a Tail…

Mac-n-cheese dinners – Members Only – Late night Crockett and Tubbs – The Breakfast Club – The Grapevine – Zuma Beach – Helmets? –...

International Women’s Month: Title IX Made a Profound Impact on American Sports

As the world celebrates International Women’s Day and International Women’s Month, nothing has impacted American sports and universities more than the landmark 1970s Title...

Billie Jean King was a Women’s Rights Pioneer

It is International Women’s Day. It is also Women’s History Month, a celebration of women’s accomplishments that began as a local event in Santa...

It’s Okay to not be Okay

If you know me, you would know that I like to have the appearance of having it together all the time. If you know...

Owen: The Olympic Truce – What is it Really Good For?

This will probably seem like an odd time for me to write critically about the Olympic truce. Haven’t we just witnessed the Peace Olympics, with...

Black History Month and Sports

February is Black History Month and there are some sports people starting with Muhammad Ali who should be remembered. Ali, the members of the...

Elizabeth Swaney and the Olympic Spirit

In case you happened to be watching an Olympic event called Halfpipe Skiing you might have witnessed the run of Hungarian athlete Elizabeth Swaney....

Best in Show!

We love our pets, ohh yes we do! For those out there who are doubters, or skeptical, or maybe even cynical – well, sorry,...

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