Monthly Archives: May 2012

Cheering Against Success

As an avid Chicago Bulls fan, it was difficult to see them exit the NBA playoffs after the first round, yet even tougher to witness two of the franchises’ cornerstones, all-star point guard Derrick Rose and center Joakim Noah, have … Continue reading

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On the Eve of Title IX’s 40th Anniversary, the Women’s Little 500 Race Has Come a Long Way

This year marks both the silver anniversary of the first women’s Little 500 race as well as the 40th anniversary of Title IX. Although the act was passed in 1972, which put federal power behind the notion that women should … Continue reading

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And Then There’s Me

Being a fan of a team that hails from a different city than the one I live in has found me in tough situations throughout my life. OK, tough situations may be stretching it, but every time I tell someone … Continue reading

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