Front and Center columnist Melanie Schwimmer ’23 writes a reflection on the place of athletics at the college as well as the importance of improving athletics in the world at large, in her final column for The Student.
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Columnist Melanie Schwimmer ’23 argues that rising ACL tears in women’s soccer should spark concern and emphasizes the need for increased research, support, and targeted programs.
As the Women’s FIFA World Cup approaches, Columnist Melanie Schwimmer ’23 reflects on how exploitative working conditions have interrupted teams’ preparations for the event.
In her final column of the semester, Melanie Schwimmer ’23 discusses the history of women in baseball through the lens of the recent addition of Olivia Pichardo to Brown baseball’s roster.
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.
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.