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  1. ugh
    This Is an Impressive Number of Bad OpinionsESPN anchor Sage Steele managed to fit quite a few unfortunate takes into a single podcast episode.
  2. the larry nassar fallout
    Larry Nassar Sexual-Abuse Survivors to Receive 2018 ESPYS Courage Award“By honoring this group who spoke out, we aim to honor all of those who are survivors of abuse.”
  3. nfl
    Jemele Hill Suspended by ESPN Over Jerry Jones TweetsHill had said on Twitter, “If you strongly reject what Jerry Jones said, the key is his advertisers.”
  4. the right thing
    Read ESPN Anchor Jemele Hill’s Essay About Standing Up for What’s Right“I can’t pretend that I don’t see what’s happening in our world.”
  5. White House Says ESPN Anchor Who Called Trump White Supremacist Should Be FiredSarah Huckabee Sanders called Jemele Hill’s comments “outrageous.”
  6. How an ESPN TV and Radio Personality Gets Everything DoneOn making time to socialize in an always-packed schedule, fighting back against harassment, and knowing when to log out of Twitter.
  7. sports
    This ESPN Commentator Actually Addressed Violence Against Women“It’s not a mistake. It’s a choice.”
  8. q&a
    Doris Burke on Curry vs. LeBron and Sexism in SportsTalking to the NBA sideline reporter.
  9. famous teens
    We Have Found the Most Zen Teenager on the PlanetHow did Mo’ne Davis get so good at handling everything?
  10. quotables
    People Won’t Stop Body-Shaming ‘Chubby’ Athlete Athletes don’t always have six-packs.
  11. cover girls (and boys)
    WSJ. Magazine Can Put Old People on Their Covers, TooLike 77-year-old Woody Allen.
  12. loose threads
    Lady Gaga and Fashion Labels Raise Money for Japan; ESPN’s Magazine Does a Style IssueAlso, the Barneys Warehouse Sale may be scrapped, see Crystal Renn’s latest editorial, and more.
  13. men are the new women
    How ESPN Is Redefining Masculinity: ‘Commentators Drool Over Other Men’s Abs, Thighs, and Guns’See, all you sports-disinterested people forced into watching games? You do have something in common with real fans.