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My view of student press freedom

Ohio State is safe to say it is a liberal university, standing up for what they believe is right and/or wrong, all through the campus including the well-known oval. 167 more words

Being a Woman in a Male Dominated Sport

Written by Emily Pross, Marketing and Communications student

Being a women in a male dominated sport means that you are the minority. At most of the events I go to, there are only about 4 to 8 other female competitors compared to about 100 male ones. 462 more words

Rivalry victory at the Demske

By Robert Janish

Senior Sports Writer

The annual Canisius-Niagara game is important more than ever this year. With each team currently 1-1 in the MAAC, this matchup is decisive for both teams and could be crucial in seeding should either one make the playoffs. 786 more words


Get to know your Ohio State's women's volleyball team

The 2016 women’s volleyball team is looking to go two steps further this year, after making the sweet sixteen last year to make the final four hosted this year in Columbus for the first time in NCAA history. 153 more words

Women’s Golf Begins Their Journey

Caramel, Ind. On Sept. 12 the Saint Leo Women’s Golf started their 2016-2017 season by taking part in the University of Indianapolis Invitational. The Lions finished fifth overall, and the team was led by a senior, Marie Coors who took second place individually. 366 more words



Tobias Neto, Staff Writer

This past weekend, Utica College’s womens soccer team took on Elmira College and came out with a victory on the road. The team exploded in the second half with three goals to end up winning the game 4-1. 322 more words


Nike Is A Goddess The History Of Women In Sports Edited By Lissa Smith

Nike Is A Goddess The History of Women in Sports is a book that delineates women participation in sport. It is a combination of writings by Mariah Nelson, Amy Ellis Nutt, Kathleen McElroy, Melanie Hauser, Jean Weiss, Michelle Kaufman, Grace Lichtenstien, Jackie Burke, Karen Karbo, Barbra Stewart,  Shelly Smith, Elsie Pettus, and Lucy Danziger. 4,147 more words

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