Tweet Illustration by Michael Hogue Just before the Labor Day weekend, a front page New York Times story broke the news of the largest cheating scandal in Harvard University history, in which nearly half the students taking a Government course on the role of Congress had plagiarized or otherwise illegally collaborated on their final exam.
And I think mighty highly of Kathy Goodman. So I'm pleased Maria went home happy and Kathy had some good news to blog about. Resigned may be the best word. I knew what our team was capable of. I knew we were far from out of the running in the Western Conference if we could get a couple of wins, especially since Minnesota had lost its game earlier in the evening.
I knew our next three games — this one, Saturday afternoon and Tuesday night — were going to be crucial since they were against Western Conference teams. I also knew that we had a very long losing streak behind us.
San Antonio was in second place in the West, and we had played a terrible game of basketball against them in San Antonio earlier in the season, but I knew our players were just sick of losing. So I decided to try my best to live in the moment — not celebrate an early lead or despair at early setbacks — just let the game unfold.
When she's not bloggin' she's Wright-in'. Tanisha Wright has won over Storm fans with improved play Sorry. Got a little more sun than I expected today. The player many fans wanted traded because of her propensity for turnovers, especially in playoff games?
Now fans in KeyArena's Section join to raise letters spelling her name.
Others in Section bring homemade signs. It's the birding doldrums. Migration is over and all our feathered friends are, well, making eggs or worried that their fledglings are going to fall out of the nest, fly into a tree or get eaten by a crow or some human's unbelled cat.
That being said, there are some beauts hanging about the neighborhood. Just saw this guy - what a beak, no? Speaking of beaks, there's a reason I call this gu y the basset hound of birds. But, check out what he can do with that schnoz!
And, as per a request: American Oystercatcher and Black Skimmer. Airways Center July Drop in if you're in Phoenix.
Dale South Dakota Mechelle, do you think the trends of Native Americans playing women's basketball will ever catch on?
It seems like the few who have gone on, had success. With the exception of Goodrich, none of the above mentioned were nationally ranked players.
With Shoni Schimmel at Louisville, I think more Division I coaches will give more than a glancing look at reservation schools.
What do you think? They miss sometimes, for sure, but I guess what I'm saying is that I don't think coaches are intentionally avoiding players from any certain areas A bigger factor may be that when Native American players are successful, they inspires others to work to be at their level.
And that is something I do see happening. The blog's had some posts on the long and interesting history between Native Americans and basketball. Graham has been following the games. Fantastic diving catch from Finch on foul pop. She hits, she pitches, she fields. If she could hit PKs, Ghana would take her.
Come tomorrow, July 4th, expect us to be inane-ifying at http: The study's authors, Ellen Staurowsky of Ithaca College and Erianne Weight of Bowling Green, found that most coaches have received no formal Title IX training and instead rely largely on the media for their knowledge of the law.
As a result, they are steeped in misperceptions or uncertainty about the law, which they view as the responsibility of administrators instead. Staurowsky gives two reasons why coaches as well should be literate in the basics of Title IX:Dec 30, · Greatest barrier women’s sports face today is a lack of prominence in the news media.
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