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The Afterword: A Conversation About the Future of Words

Apr 25, 2022

In the United States alone, 1 in 4 people have some type of physical disability. Creating space and providing access for everyone who wishes to play a game or participate in a sport is vital to our global well being. Skeeter Powell, founder of David’s Table explains that true inclusion tells all athletes that they...

Apr 18, 2022

How do history and sports intersect? What do athletic events have to do with politics, religion, and human rights issues?

Clemson professor Bryan Denham and sports reporter Matt Vereen share that sports journalism has transformed the stories we hear as a global...

Apr 11, 2022

Sports stories are often larger than life, and they make a massive impact on our world. The people who report on sports create tales that involve much more than just who sunk the ball through the hoop or who landed the perfect 10.

In this episode, we learn the craft behind the tales from Clemson professor Bryan Denham

Apr 4, 2022

How does soccer intersect with global politics? What might we expect to see on the field at the World Cup?

The World Cup only occurs every four years and it is a benchmark that reflects how countries view themselves and their communities.

Bob Jones University men’s head coach Greg Fulton and semi-professional soccer...