Rutgers University athletic director Tim Pernetti, discusses the tensions between education, athletics, money, and responsibility on college campuses during an NYU Sports & Society panel in November 2012. Video Below:
The intensity of competition inherent to sports often flies in the face of sportsmanship. It sometimes leads people to better behaviors; other times, the opposite is true. But treating opponents and teammates with respect encourages a better experience for oneself and others. Sportsmanship: "How YOU would want to be treated" from MMG-2 on Vimeo.
The Associated Press | May 28, 2013 While the Washington Redskins have been presured in the past to change their name, they now have a new critic – the United States Congress. In a letter sent to team owner, Dan Snyder, 10 members of Congress write: “Native Americans throughout the country consider the �?R-word’ a […]
We visited CitiField last week and the owner of the New York Mets, Fred Wilpon treated us with the utmost hospitality. In this video watch as he sits down with a unique cast of people that all saw Jackie Robinson play baseball. This video includes the following panelists: Fred Wilpon – Owner, New York Mets […]
November 18 marked the formal launch and inaugural event for NYU Sports and Society Program, a panel discussion held at NYU Kimmel Center in New York City. Program chairman, Arthur R. Miller, moderated the panel that included leading figures in sports, business, education, law, ethics, journalism, and fandom: Fred Wilpon, Harry Carson, Garland Allen, Rob […]