I love sports. Trust me, they are the light of my life. Some of my most cherished memories involve sports, both as a fan and as an “athlete.” I am currently the assistant sports editor here at The Triangle, and I am set to graduate with a degree in sport management next March. Sports do [...]
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“Why sports? What’s so good about a few dudes and a ball? Don’t you have better things to do?” Questions such as these have been leveled at me for years. Every time, I roll my eyes, smile to myself and shake my head because the silly person asking any of these questions just does not [...]
The Philadelphia Phillies hit it out of the park when they selected freshman sport management major Madeline Scepansky Jan. 15 as one of the 17 Phillies Ballgirls for the 2013 season. The ballgirls, all from universities in the greater Philadelphia area, went through an intense tryout process lasting months. Including Scepansky, nine new ballgirls were [...]
Ellen Staurowsky, a Drexel University professor, launched a website Oct. 11 that compiles the work of scholars and activists around the country on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues in sports. Staurowsky, a professor in the Goodwin College of Professional Studies, spearheaded “LGBT Issues in Sport: Theory to Practice,” but the network includes contributions from [...]
At all of the Philadelphia 76ers’ home games during their series against the Boston Celtics, fans were given T-shirts printed with a Sixers logo and the slogan “Passionate. Intense. Proud.” The fans are passionate, and the players are intense, but it is hard to be proud. The Sixers lost Game 7 to the Celtics, and [...]
A graduate student at Drexel in the public communication program, Elizabeth Dempsey flew to San Diego, at the start of August for the annual State Games of America for ice skating, coming home with three gold medals. Earlier this month, I participated in the figure skating events at this year’s State Games of America, held [...]
If you haven’t heard of the highly acclaimed satirical newspaper The Onion, you’ve probably been living under a rock. The Onion, founded in 1988 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison by juniors Tim Keck and Christopher Johnson, is one of the most entertaining news sources that will both make you laugh and really put worldly matters [...]
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