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Inside the NCAA: Blatant sexism on the surface

“Thank you for using the three biggest weeks of your organization’s year to expose exactly how you feel about women’s basketball—an afterthought,” said Nell Fortner, Georgia Tech women’s basketball head coach, in an open letter… Read More...

NFL signs 11-year broadcast agreement with television networks

Since the National Football League’s (NFL) brand exploded worldwide, their mindset has been “go big or go home.” Last week was a “go big” moment as the NFL announced a new round of broadcast rights… Read More...

‘Count It’

“If you don’t see a clear path for what you want, sometimes you have to make it yourself.” This quote by Mindy Kaling defines empowered women and leaders all around the world who do not… Read More...

One thing a fan of each American League MLB team can be excited about

Spring training is approaching its end and the regular season is almost upon us. There have been many surprises for each team this offseason and during spring training that should make people excited to see… Read More...

One thing a fan of each National League MLB team can be excited about

Spring training is approaching its end, and the regular season is almost upon us. There have been many surprises for each team this offseason and during spring training that should make people excited to see… Read More...

78 athletes named to UAA All-Academic Team

On March 2, 2021, the University Athletic Association (UAA) announced the student- athletes of the 2020-2021 winter season who would be honored with All-Academic Recognition. According to the press release from the UAA, there were… Read More...

Coping with COVID-19 cancellations: student-athletes still sidelined

Despite remaining hopeful that competition would return for the 2021 spring semester, student-athletes at Brandeis University have continued to face disappointments regarding their timeline for returning to play. In July 2020, Brandeis Athletics announced a… Read More...

The greatest rivalry in soccer history is coming to an end

Rivalries are a great way to understand sports. Whether they are team rivalries like Celtics vs. Lakers, Red Sox vs. Yankees or individual rivalries like Roger Federer vs. Rafael Nadal, Frazier vs. Ali, we love… Read More...

NBA holds 2021 All-Star Game

On Sunday, March 7, the National Basketball Association (NBA) celebrated the 70th edition of the All-Star Game at State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, home of the Atlanta Hawks. Rather than having the events spread… Read More...

The ever more important role of sports in our world today

Sports are seen as a uniting force. Yes, people each have their favorite leagues to watch, their own favorite teams to follow and opposing rivals to knock down, something that often leads to heated emotional… Read More...
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