Tag: giovanna z. rinaldo columns

Commentary: Jemele Hill’s fight goes beyond labels

When President Donald Trump’s personal crusade against the media recently evolved into yet another chapter, it was not surprising nor a mere coincidence that his latest target was a female, African-American journalist: Jemele Hill, the co-host of ESPN’s SportsCenter.

Commentary: Real Madrid should win 12th title

The elite of European soccer have finally been narrowed down to only four teams, which will compete for a spot in the Champions League final and battle for the crown that declares them the dominant force of the Old Continent. Two teams from Spain will compete against each other, while Italians and French also fight for a ticket to Wales.

Commentary: You can’t play with us

When reports emerged that Harvard University’s men’s soccer team had an annual tradition of ranking players from the women’s team by attractiveness, using sexually explicit and lewd terms to comment on their appearance, the standard punishment was expected: a gentle slap on the wrist, if that.

Copa America Predictions: U.S. should advance to semifinals

Copa America Centenario will be the biggest men’s soccer tournament hosted by the United States since the 1994 World Cup, which still holds the attendance record of 3,587,538 and an average of 68,991 per game.

Commentary: Hollywood ending for Leicester City

What the modest English soccer team Leicester City accomplished Monday is unheard of, incomparable, and still unbelievable. It will go down in history as the greatest upset in the sporting world.

Commentary: Rouseff’s impeachment process is corrupted

An initial motion to remove current Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff from office has been voted and approved April 17 by the country’s legislators with 367 voting for and 137 against impeachment.

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