The Sports No One Saw Over Thanksgiving

The Sports No One Saw Over Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving weekend saw an almost constant stream of sports broadcasts flood the American airwaves. From the three nationally televised NFL football games on Thanksgiving Day to the women and men’s NCAA basketball tournaments that were taking place...
A History of the Tomahawk Chop by Jordyn Taylor

A History of the Tomahawk Chop by Jordyn Taylor

If you’ve ever been to an Atlanta Braves game before, you’ve probably witnessed the tomahawk chop. Flashlights are beaming, the crowd is roaring with their foam tomahawks in hand while moving their forearms forwards and backward with an open palm. This crowd gesture...
Where are the Women? by Paulina Duque

Where are the Women? by Paulina Duque

The road paved for women to  participate and excel in athletics has been a long one, with many twists and turns. In fact, the road women have taken to even get close  to  equal opportunity has  passed  mountains that had to be moved, along...
WISE Works by Paulina Duque

WISE Works by Paulina Duque

Nearly 20 years ago, back in 1993, Sue Rodin was working at a small sports marketing agency and was the only female executive. After a few years with the agency it became apparent that there was a significant wage gap between Rodin and her male counterparts. At the...
Response to Les Miles by Paulina Duque

Response to Les Miles by Paulina Duque

“Blondes with big breasts, and ‘pretty girls,’” is apparently Les Miles type. LSU released a report revealing the university had considered firing football coach Les Miles because of his behavior with the female student workers. Within hours of the report being...