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Women’s Law Project Files Title IX Complaints Against Pennsylvania State System Universities

On April 17th, the Women’s Law Project filed complaints with the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) of the U.S. Department of Education against nine members of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PSSHE), asking OCR to address the historical … Continue reading

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Book Review: Deborah Brake Brings Her A Game

Deborah Brake’s book Getting in the Game: Title IX and the Women’s Sports Revolution immediately captures the attention of the reader and does not let go until the end. Although grounded in the study of law, Getting in the Game … Continue reading

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Women’s College Basketball: Undervalued and Underappreciated

“History and tradition” are usually given as reasons for the lower ticket prices assigned to women’s college basketball teams. Recently, the Christian Science Monitor took issue with this in an op-ed lamenting the current condition of stereotypes pervading women’s college … Continue reading

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WVU ADs Get it Right on Title IX

Last week, the West Virginia University student newspaper reported on some recent changes to the school’s athletics program: In 2003, then-West Virginia University President David Hardesty asked the athletic department to develop a strategic plan for the future. Among the … Continue reading

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