In the latest edition of Front and Center, Melanie Schwimmer ’23 argues that Amherst students need to do more to show their support for Brittney Griner.
Melanie Schwimmer '23
Title IX was an important step in creating a level playing field in sports, but equity still has a ways to go, Melanie Schwimmer ’23 argues.
Tracking the year-long investigation into women’s professional soccer in the U.S., columnist Melanie Schwimmer ’23 details accounts of abuse that pervade all levels of women’s soccer and the necessary changes that should be made.
In this week’s edition of Front and Center, Melanie Schwimmer ’23 discusses the recent protests of 15 players on the Spanish Women's National Soccer Team, touching on the conditions that preceded their letters of protest and the ramifications for sports going forward.
In the first edition of “Front and Center,” Columnist Melanie Schwimmer ’23 explains the rationale for the content she will cover going forward, and highlights the most important news stories in women’s sports from the past few weeks.
Highlighted by the women's team's 5-4 win against Stanford University, both squash teams went 2-1 in their first weekend of play.
For the first time in franchise history, the Chicago Sky are WNBA Champions, beating the Phoenix Mercury 80-74 in Game 4 of the WNBA finals. Lead by stars Candace Parker and Stefanie Dolson, the team overcame adversity to achieve their title-winning goal.