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Dana Jacobson & Cameron Myler – The Future of Women in Sports

Dana Jacobson & Cameron Myler – The Future of Women in Sports

Sports and Society Administrator December 11, 2012 0

Arthur Miller sits down to lunch with 4-time Olympian Cameron Myler and journalist Dana Jacobson to discuss the future of women in sports. This candid conversation examines the market for women’s sports as well

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Why Go to College?

Why Go to College?

Sports and Society Administrator December 11, 2012 0

Clip from the NYU Sports & Society Program’s Second Annual Sports in America Series: Young Athletes: The Costs, Sacrifices, and Consequences

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Connee Zotos on School Leadership

Connee Zotos on School Leadership

Sports and Society Administrator December 11, 2012 0

Clip from the NYU Sports & Society Program’s Second Annual Sports in America Series: Young Athletes: The Costs, Sacrifices, and Consequences

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What Happened at Penn State

What Happened at Penn State

Sports and Society Administrator December 11, 2012 0

Clip from the NYU Sports & Society Program’s Second Annual Sports in America Series: Young Athletes: The Costs, Sacrifices, and Consequences

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Leonard Wilf on the Importance of Athletics

Leonard Wilf on the Importance of Athletics

Sports and Society Administrator December 11, 2012 0

Clip from the NYU Sports & Society Program’s Second Annual Sports in America Series: Young Athletes: The Costs, Sacrifices, and Consequences

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Young Athletes: The Costs, Sacrifices, and Consequences

Young Athletes: The Costs, Sacrifices, and Consequences

Sports and Society Administrator December 10, 2012 0

A panel of top athletes, sports media professionals, and sports medicine and management experts engaged in lively discussion and debate during the NYU Sports & Society Program’s Second Annual Sports in America Series: The

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Humility and High Moral Character Define the Cornerstone of the New York Mets

Humility and High Moral Character Define the Cornerstone of the New York Mets

Wayne McDonnell December 5, 2012 0

On the third day of the Baseball Winter Meetings in Nashville, the dais in the mammoth press room of the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center was finally populated by an elated owner, a

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Playing The Game The Day After Violence Takes Place At The Office

Playing The Game The Day After Violence Takes Place At The Office

Lee Igel December 4, 2012 0

In a suburban home early one morning, a 25-year old man gets into an argument with his 22-year old girlfriend. They are still arguing hours later when the man shoots the woman multiple times.

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Alex Rodriguez’s Recent Injury Woes Should be a Cautionary Tale for Potential Josh Hamilton Suitors

Alex Rodriguez’s Recent Injury Woes Should be a Cautionary Tale for Potential Josh Hamilton Suitors

Wayne McDonnell December 4, 2012 0

  In what was supposed to be the Winter Meetings dominated by Josh Hamilton and his pursuit of a long term contract in the neighborhood of seven years and $175 million, Alex Rodriguez inadvertently

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Brian Cashman’s Roster Dilemmas Go Far Beyond Alex Rodriguez’s Injured Left Hip

Brian Cashman’s Roster Dilemmas Go Far Beyond Alex Rodriguez’s Injured Left Hip

Wayne McDonnell December 3, 2012 0

Traditionally, the National Baseball Hall of Fame momentarily takes center stage with the first official press conference of the Baseball Winter Meetings during the Monday morning sessions. This year, Jane Forbes Clark officially welcomed

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