The medical treatment of student-athletes is still at the mercy of coaches and individual programs. This is unacceptable.
Associate managing editor Nathan Ackerman and sports editors David Ramirez and Taylor Mills discuss the Pac-12’s upcoming conference-only fall football schedule. They talk about whether they originally thought the season would even happen, how the Trojans will be able to adjust to the shortened season and how the team will fare, both in the regular […]
The Boiling Point: On the use of the 13th Amendment, and how the NCAA embroiled itself in slave labor rhetoric
The NCAA can't baulk at activists using historical slave labor rhetoric when they use the legal loophole that allows mass unpaid labor to exist in this country.
Fifty years after the 1970 ‘Turning of the Tide’ game in Alabama between the integrated Trojans and the all-white Crimson Tide, associate managing editor Nathan Ackerman, sports editor Taylor Mills and sports writer Lachelle Smith speak to Sam Cunningham and John Papadakis, USC alumni who took part in that historic 1970 Trojan victory. They talk […]
The NCAA coined the term as a legal defense, not as a resume builder for young athletes.
The most recent sports protests prove the gatekeeper of young talent will have to reckon with its unjust system.
The design honors victims of racial injustice and highlights intersectionality.
It's time we stop insulating college athletics from reality
86-year-old Tom Capehart added yet another achievement to his resume this year: a degree.