Tag Archives: Employment

Bullying in America’s Meanest Sport

BENJAMIN BURNS — Sunday. The Gridiron. The frozen tundra of Lambeau Field and the Monsters of the Midway. Every Sunday, the best football players in the country play the most violent sport in America for our entertainment. They play through rain, sleet, hail, and snow, delivering and receiving hits that would break a layperson’s ribs. […]

Sex Stereotyping NFL Cheerleaders

RAQUEL LORET DE MOLA — What’s the essence of a NFL cheerleader’s job?  Some may argue that they are meant to merely shake their hips, whip around their hair, and wear too much makeup.  Others may argue that cheerleading is a competitive team sport in it of itself.  Nevertheless, sex stereotyping is prevalent within NFL cheerleading […]

Conflict in California: Employing Illegal Immigrants

JOSHUA BERMAN — Gregg Easterbrook, author of the Tuesday Morning Quarterback (“TMQ”) blog on ESPN.com, is a snarky sort of fellow who weaves old movie references and reporting on the “Unified Field Theory of Creep” (the unseasonably early commercial offerings of (mostly) holiday goods) into his digest of the previous weekend’s football analysis. His Week […]