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It’s the 45th anniversary of Title IX since it passed legislation in 1972. This law paved the way for women to have equal rights to play sports in college. The NCAA Gender-Equity Task Force proclaimed that “No individual should be discriminated against […]

Three years since retiring from the big leagues, captain of the New York Yankee’s Derek Jeter returned to Yankee Stadium to see his No. 2 retired. Now 42, Jeter had captained the Yankees during his final 12 seasons. His career […]

The 143rd running of the Kentucky Derby will happen this Saturday, at the infamous track at Churchill Downs. The forecast is calling for a 60% chance of rain, greatly impacting how many are betting for the race. Wet track conditions can […]

Last Wednesday, Dale Earnhardt Jr., who has been voted NASCAR’s most popular drive for a record 14 straight years, announced he was retiring from the sport at the end of the 2017 season. Earnhardt made the decision following a concussion […]

While Beliefnet is the world’s largest spirituality website, there are other sites out there we also can’t get enough of. The topic of religion is massive – there is a huge variety of faiths, beliefs, and ideals that are in […]

Can politics and religion ever really be separated? Congregations around America are becoming increasingly polarized. Since the 2016 presidential election, 73% of Americans have said they feel the country is more divided than previous generations. Contributing to that feeling of division […]

Rahaf Khatib completed the Boston Marathon in 5 hours and 13 minutes on Monday, after months of training and fundraising. This wasn’t only a success for Khatib, but a triumph for Syrian refugees. Khatib comes from a family of Syrian […]