Category Archives: Violence

Concussions: A Humorous Approach

You’ve probably never heard a Tarheels-Bulldogs matchup lauded about in the history books. In fact, you probably don’t even know who that is. And you shouldn’t. There is nothing too special about the Yale Bulldogs or the University of North Carolina Tarheels when it comes to soccer. However, you may be one of the 36.5… Read More »

El fútbol a sol y sombra

En su libro El fútbol a sol y sombra, el escritor uruguayo Eduardo Galeano nos ofrece una historia del fútbol muy personal, desde sus más remotos “orígenes” en culturas ancestrales hasta el Mundial de Sudáfrica 2010. A lo largo del libro, nos encontraremos también con sus opiniones e ideas acerca de diversos aspectos del deporte rey,… Read More »

The Other Broken System in Greece

Recently, Greece has been in the news. Their economic situation pushed them to near bankruptcy and the other European nations decided that they would no longer support a defunct system without the Greek government submitting a list of planned reforms. The newly elected left-wing government, after failing to change the Euro Zone’s austerity policies, turned… Read More »