The inconsistent use of gendered qualifiers in sports damages the credibility of female athletes and their achievements.
With COVID-19 forcing administrations to re-evaluate their athletics budgets, schools like Dartmouth are making the hard choice to cut non-revenue sports like its swimming and diving team. Amid the uncertainty, it is important to appreciate the hidden value non-revenue sports bring to both schools and their athletes.
Heights contributors Gabriel Wallen and Frank Fishman evaluate the merits of the two overtime systems.
‘The Heights’ contributors Gabriel Wallen and Frank Fishman consider how college athletics should promote social justice.
College athletes nowadays are revered at nearly the same level as pros. As such, they have the same obligation to advance social justice movements as professional athletes have had for decades.
The future of college football is uncertain. Heights sports editors Emma Healy and Olivia Charbonneau weigh in on the NCAA’s upcoming decision.
With Martin Jarmond headed to UCLA, who should take over as Boston College’s athletic director? Get to know some of the top candidates.
Sports fans can still enjoy unconventional friendly competition remotely even though most athletic competitions have been suspended.
Jeff Hafley has prioritized social media, differentiating him from his predecessor and pushing BC football into the modern age.