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A High School Runner Helped A Struggling Marathoner Cross The Finish Line With This Kind Act

When Ariana Luterman signed up for the Dallas Marathon as part of a relay team, she had her own agenda.

Congress Is Preparing To Tackle The Higher Education Act. Here’s What It Could Mean For You

For the first time in nearly a decade, the United States Congress is about to take up legislation to upgrade the Higher Education Act — the federal law that governs how the federal government supports and regulates higher education institutions.

Sony Looks To Improve Data Management At Universities Through Blockchain Technology

Earning a college diploma doesn’t just mean a student has become an expert in a specific field. It also means they’ve learned good study habits, developed self-discipline, and figured out how to navigate a complicated bureaucratic landscape.

Toronto Wins First MLS Championship And Builds Opportunity for Youth in Toronto

Toronto Football Club scored two recent victories: The team defeated the Seattle Sounders on Dec. 9 to win their first MLS Championship and they managed to help local youth as part of Major League Soccer’s community outreach initiative last week.

All It Took Was A Fist Bump From Cam Newton To Send This Young Fan Over The Moon

As popular as Cam Newton is with NFL fans at large, his flamboyant style and outreach efforts have earned him the adoration of more young fans than perhaps any other player in the league.

70 Oregon Football Players Banded Together To Keep Their New Coach From Being Fired

In the world of college football, a player’s “career” has a short shelf life. However, in the few years that they spend in a program, they bond closely not just with each other, but with their coaches and other team members as well.  Just days ago, the Oregon football team was shaken to learn that their head coach, Willie Taggart, would be leaving his post to take a new job coaching Florida State.

Sports Unions Join The Labor Fight At Vox

On November 17, staffers at Vox Media announced plans to unionize. Should the effort prove successful, Vox’s entire roster of sites, including Curbed, Eater, Polygon, Racked, Recode, SB Nation, and The Verge, would join the Writer’s Guild of America East, which boasts digital media publications such as Gizmodo Media Group, HuffPost, and Vice among its ranks.

The Chicago Bulls Used Their Jumbotron To Honor Chance The Rapper In The Most Awesome Way

Chance the Rapper has quickly become a hometown hero in his native Chicago. The young rap star has made a name for himself not just through his music but also community outreach, recently pledging $1 million of his own money to help fund Chicago elementary schools.

Soccer Star Abby Wambach Uses Instagram To Turn The Tables On The Kids Who Stole Her Car

A note to all the potential joyriders and car thieves out there: If you’re going to target a car, you may want to know exactly whose car you’re dealing with before stealing it.  When two-time gold medalist and soccer star Abby Wambach learned that her car had been stolen, used for a joyride, then returned with hate speech written on the inside, she was understandably furious.

Lindsey Vonn Was Asked About Trump And The Olympics. Her Answer Nailed It.

When U.S. Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn is racing down snowy South Korean mountains in February, you can bet Donald Trump will be the last person on her mind.

Lindsey Vonn was asked about Trump and the Olympics. Her answer nailed it.

When U.S. Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn is racing down snowy South Korean mountains in February, you can bet Donald Trump will be the last person on her mind.

Here’s Why These Libraries On Wheels Are Rolling Into Combat Zones

For the past 14 years, we’ve watched images of war-torn Iraq on the evening news, heard about soldiers who’ve lost limbs and lives, and have been promised that the divisive and costly war would come to an end so America could finally move on.

Here’s Why These Libraries On Wheels Are Rolling Into Combat Zones

For the past 14 years, we’ve watched images of war-torn Iraq on the evening news, heard about soldiers who’ve lost limbs and lives, and have been promised that the divisive and costly war would come to an end so America could finally move on.

Hockey Legend Cam Neely On Youth Sports, Leadership, And Giving Back To The Cancer Community

National Hockey League Hall-of-Famer Cam Neely knows all about the power of teamwork. It’s what helped him earn recognition on the ice with numerous awards — such as the NHL’s "Bill Masterton Trophy,” the player who best exemplified the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to hockey — and what helps him thrive today as president of the Boston Bruins.

Hockey Legend Cam Neely on Youth Sports, Leadership, And Giving Back To The Cancer Community

National Hockey League Hall-of-Famer Cam Neely knows all about the power of teamwork. It’s what helped him earn recognition on the ice with numerous awards — such as the NHL’s "Bill Masterton Trophy,” the player who best exemplified the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to hockey — and what helps him thrive today as president of the Boston Bruins.

The Bizarre Circumstances That Led To A 102-0 Girls Basketball Blowout

It’s virtually impossible to argue that a 102-0 basketball game at a non-professional level (and perhaps even a professional one) isn’t a glaring display of poor sportsmanship.

Colin Kaepernick Pledges To Fight Injustice ‘With Or Without The NFL’s Platform’ 

Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has sued the NFL’s owners for allegedly colluding to keep him out of the league, believing that league owners refused to hire him after his controversial on-field protests against racial inequality and police brutality.

Education Isn't A Constitutional Right, But It Should Be

Public school funding has shrunk over the past decade. School discipline rates reached historic highs.

Four Ways Youth Sports Can Combat Racism

New research shows racism can be learned by children as young as 4. By preschool, children may have already internalized harmful racist attitudes.

The Seahawks Coach Recruited Neil DeGrasse Tyson To Prove His QB's Pass Was Legal

Neil deGrasse Tyson has made a career out of serving as the link between the everyman and advanced scientific thought.


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