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A Tour of CitiField with Mets Owner Fred Wilpon

A Tour of CitiField with Mets Owner Fred Wilpon

Sports and Society Administrator April 20, 2013 0

Our chairman, Arthur Miller, had the opportunity to get a first hand look at the Jackie Robinson Rotunda on game day with a guided tour from the owner himself, Fred Wilpon. Watch as the

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States Seek to Legalize Sports Betting – Face Lawsuits

States Seek to Legalize Sports Betting – Face Lawsuits

Sports and Society Administrator March 30, 2013 0

Joe Drape | New York Times March 27, 2013 Several states with struggling economies are seeking to join Nevada in legalizing sports betting. In particular, New Jersey recently passed a referendum legalizing betting on

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College Athletics Undermining Academics

College Athletics Undermining Academics

Sports and Society Administrator February 26, 2013 0

Bill Morris | New York Times February 23, 2013 Recent studies have demonstrated the incredible increase in cost of big time college athletics programs. One 2010 study found that athletic spending is growing at

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Alex Rodriguez’s Greatest Loss Could be His Yankee Legacy

Alex Rodriguez’s Greatest Loss Could be His Yankee Legacy

Sports and Society Administrator February 9, 2013 0

Wayne G. McDonnell, Jr. | Forbes.com February 8, 2013 NYU Sports and Society Director Wayne McDonnell analyzes the negative impact that Alex Rodriguez is bringing upon himself with his most current PED allegations. “If

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The NCAA abused its power in levying fines against Penn State

The NCAA abused its power in levying fines against Penn State

Sports and Society Administrator February 1, 2013 0

NYU Law Professor Richard Epstein argues that NCAA president Dr. Mark A. Emmert overzealously overstepped his authority in levying a $60 million fine on Penn State University in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky

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Desperate Times Call for Desperate Measures as Athletes Turn to Faulty PEDS

Desperate Times Call for Desperate Measures as Athletes Turn to Faulty PEDS

Arthur Caplan January 30, 2013 0

  What do antler horn extract and pyramid stickers have in common?  Apparently they are both being peddled to college and professional athletes as “alternatives” to performance enhancing drugs. One might be tempted to

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Recent Scandals Demonstrate the Need for College Athletes to be Paid

Recent Scandals Demonstrate the Need for College Athletes to be Paid

Sports and Society Administrator January 24, 2013 0

Dan Wetzel | Yahoo News January 23, 2013 Recent investigations regarding inappropriate donations to the University of Miami football team serve to demonstrate the hypocrisy of college athletes not getting paid. While the NCAA

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Sports Bites: Dana Jacobson and Cameron Myler – Women in Sports

Sports Bites: Dana Jacobson and Cameron Myler – Women in Sports

Sports and Society Administrator December 31, 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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