Dealing with the inevitable: Change

May 27, 2015 | by Lauren Shipman

In sports and in life, change in inevitable. New Neumann University grad Lauren Shipman reflects on her college years and how students might deal with the transition by keeping in mind that, like from a sports team we leave, everything learned and gained stays with us forever. Read More 

Cheating in sport? Again?

February 26, 2015 | by Fr. Patrick Kelly

An epidemic of cheating suggests that, as a society, we may be losing touch with the very meaning of sport. While for many athletics are a means to money and fame, we should be examining sport more for its intrinsic value and meaning. Read More 

The Super Bowl’s place in values education

January 30, 2015 | by Jeffrey B. Eisenberg

The NFL this year has been plagued by issues of character and integrity. The Super Bowl, unfortunately, shines yet another light on the ugly side of sports. Perhaps when we focus on specific players and actions, though, we are turning our attention away from the lessons that could help solve those issues. Read More 

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