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Sports Bites: The Directors on NYUSSP

Sports Bites: The Directors on NYUSSP

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Fred Wilpon & Arthur Miller: One-On-One

Fred Wilpon & Arthur Miller: One-On-One

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Dana Jacobson & Cameron Myler – Title IX

Dana Jacobson & Cameron Myler – Title IX

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Cameron Myler & Dana Jacobson – Women in Sports

Cameron Myler & Dana Jacobson – Women in Sports

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Sports Bites: Mary Carillo and Arthur Miller

Sports Bites: Mary Carillo and Arthur Miller

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See the conversation between acclaimed journalist Mary Carillo and our very own Arthur Miller

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NFLPA’s Collusion Case Denied

NFLPA’s Collusion Case Denied

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Associated Press, Sports Illustrated December 31, 2012 A U.S. District Judge has struck down the NFL Player’s Association claims of collusion against league owners. The players claimed the owners and the NFL imposed a

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Fred Wilpon – The Student Athlete

Fred Wilpon – The Student Athlete

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Sports Bites: The Directors on NYUSSP

Sports Bites: The Directors on NYUSSP

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Fred Wilpon – Dining With The SSP Members

Fred Wilpon – Dining With The SSP Members

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New York Mets owner Fred Wilpon sits down with Sports and Society Members Arthur Miller, Arthur Caplan, Robert Boland, Wayne McDonnell, Jr. and Lee Igel for lunch to discuss the integration of sports in

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Amid Lockout Talks, Shorter Schedule Options Swirl

Amid Lockout Talks, Shorter Schedule Options Swirl

Sports and Society Administrator December 30, 2012 0

With the clock ticking and options dwindling for playing a truncated schedule to save the N.H.L. season, new bargaining between the league and the players association is expected to open Monday in New York.

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