Tess Halpern argues that objectifying male athletes hurts the feminist call for equality.
Associated Press correspondent discusses her first-hand experience
Alisina Saee-Nazari argues that ending Boston’s bid for the 2024 summer Olympics is best for the city and its citizens.
The strange happenings at the Sochi Olympics and the craze surrounding the smartphone application, Flappy Bird. A special Valentine’s Day roving report and commentary from Molly Plaehn.
Katie McKenna wonders why she’s rooting for her country’s athletes at Sochi.
The United States finished the 2014 Sochi Games with 28 medals, five behind leaders Russia.
Julian del Prado ties in lessons from international relations to the Olympic stage.
The United States tied Netherlands for first in the overall medal count, while Pavel Datsyuk and Alexander Radulov helped the Russian men avoid disaster in men’s hockey.
The United States sits in third in the medal count, but stole the show in men’s ice hockey this weekend with an undefeated mark in group play.
Shaun White concedes the gold medal for the first time since the 2002 Winter Olympics after a shaky final run.
Sage Kotsenburg and Jamie Anderson became the first Americans to win gold in the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
Jill Correira thinks the best way for the U.S. to shows its disgust with Russia’s new “anti-gay” laws is to go to the Winter Olympics…and win.
Remember that movie “Showgirls?” Imagine that at the Olympics.
Times have been intense for the United States in the past few years. The Olympics serve as a healthy reminder that we are still a Nation of one.
A scientific study conducted at the University of Massachusetts is aiming to prove that designer energy drinks and sports bars may do more harm then good. “I’m not trying to say all sports drinks are evil,” laughs Barry S. Braun, an associate professor of kinesiology and the director of the energy metabolism laboratory at the University of Massachusetts.