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Sochi a Missed Opportunity

By | Feb 28, 2014

The XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia ended Sunday (Feb 23), much to the relief of networks that aren’t NBC, and to the chagrin of people who were finally, slowly, falling in love with the idea of seeing a different permutation of skiing every night.

Single-Minded Sochi Criticism Falls Short of the Olympic Spirit

By | Feb 20, 2014

In lieu of last week’s Michael Sam announcement and the public outcry against Russia’s anti-gay propaganda laws amidst the Sochi Olympics, it might be best to make sure we don’t completely blind ourselves to progress left to be made in the United States.

Guest commentary: Sochi Olympics highlight repression of LGBT citizens

By | Feb 19, 2014

In the months leading up to the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, much of the talk surrounded Russia’s anti-gay policies.

Kristy’s Corner: Olympic games will always be special

By | Feb 18, 2014

Columnist Andrew Kristy explains that nothing can keep the Olympics from being significant.

Progress and Regress 2

By | Feb 15, 2014

This is your second weekly round-up of pop culture stories that represented small steps forward… or two steps back.

Forget about the Olympics, people are suffering…

By | Feb 11, 2014

As part of the millennial generation, do you care more about the sports and the medal or people placed in extreme adversity in exchange for the success of this grand occasion?

Progress and Regress 1

By | Feb 8, 2014

In this weekly feature, I’ll give a brief review of the week’s stories that represent a step forward in social consciousness in pop culture, and the ones that represent a step back.

Kristy’s Corner: Answering why sports matter

By | Jan 22, 2014

In his first column, Andrew Kristy tackles the question of why sports matter