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Dan Weil / Special to FOXSports.com   It has been a big year for women in sports — from Sheila Johnson buying a piece of three Washington, D.C. sports teams (Mystics, Wizards and Capitals...
Reprinted courtesy of the Women's Sports Foundation It is not uncommon for the following circumstances to be encountered in women's sports: A coach suggests to a recruit that the coach of...
By PHYLLIS CHESLER Reprinted Courtesy of the Chronicle of Higher Education Is feminism really dead? Well, yes and no. It gives me no pleasure, but someone must finally tell the truth about how...
By Nanci Hellmich, USA TODAY   Kimiko Hirai Soldati, a 2004 Olympic diver, remembers exactly when her bulimia started. Kimiko Soldati celebrates during the 2004 Olympic Team Trials in St....
The WNBA’s newest franchise, the Chicago Sky, will begin assembling its inaugural season roster on Wednesday, Nov. 16 with the Chicago Expansion Draft. Follow the Sky as they prepare to fill...
Reprinted from Chronicle of Higher Education Educators need not worry that religious involvement detracts from students' college experience, say George D. Kuh and Robert M. Gonyea, who are the...
By LIZA P. GRAY Reprinted courtesy of The Chronicle of Higher Education BALANCING ACT How to find a balance between work and family All my life, I wanted to be two things -- a writer and a mother....
By SHEILA G. MILLER HERALD NEWS If you should happen upon a high school girls basketball game this winter and spot a female coach, consider yourself lucky. This is becoming an especially rare sight....
By BRAD WOLVERTON Reprinted Courtesy of the Chronicle of Higher Education White men continue to hold the vast majority of the most powerful jobs in college sports, according to a report released on...