This fall, the University of Chicago men’s and women’s tennis teams have woken up to a different type of learning, one in which they aren’t behind desks, listening to lectures, but in front of students, doing the teaching.
I was a cornerback for the Maroons during my first two years at the University of Chicago, and I loved every snap. I was one of those guys who says, “I’m playing out my four years no matter what.” Then Sportsmanias.com happened.
Since winning his first Tour de France in 1999, Armstrong has been on the receiving end of near-constant accusations of doping. These accusations came to a head earlier this month when the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) released a 1000-plus-page document detailing its case against the Texan.
The South Siders’ exclusion from this year’s national tournament demonstrates the fallible nature of the NCAA’s current postseason selection process.
To get an insider’s understanding of the University of Chicago Velo Club’s annual bike race, a casual cycling fan who thought his own cycling days were over takes to the Midway.
The Chicago United Hoops Classic, a South Side vs. West Side all-star game promoting keeping violence off the streets and kids in the gym, took place at Ratner on Saturday. It proved that basketball, one of the city’s most momentous trophies, is more than just a game for its people—it’s a way of life.
The U of C should recognize sport clubs even if there are “varsity athletic opportunities in the same area of the proposed club activity.”
Baseball was my first love. Or it was my dad’s. The sport was passed down to me and I really did love it for a while. Looking back, I’m not sure what happened.
UofC should recognize athletics as well as academics, argues our Sports Editor.
There comes a time in every season when sports fans have a very serious choice to make on Facebook: Continue with the emo updates and Birdman lyrics, or convert your status into a miniature sports blog. I went with the latter.