Squash Urbano Colombia student-athlete earns prestigious Davis International Scholarship

Squash Urbano Colombia (SUC) made urban squash history this fall by assisting Valeria Osorio Garcia, of Columbia, to attend the Westminster School in Simsbury, Connecticut. Earning an opportunity to be a Davis International Scholar, Garcia, hailing from the Espinal neighborhood of Cartagena, has been an SUC star participant for the past four years. “Coming to boarding school in a … Continue reading Squash Urbano Colombia student-athlete earns prestigious Davis International Scholarship

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Changing the world through basketball | Beijing International Studies University Press

  Based on The Sanctuary of Sport: A Testimony of Olympism in Action, the  Beijing International Studies University Press and Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press (FLTRP) referenced content from this article to create a unit in the Readaholic Eclectic, a complement to the Senior High School textbook and K-12 textbook series that has sold more … Continue reading Changing the world through basketball | Beijing International Studies University Press

Philadelphia foundation awards scholarships founded on family, friends and faith

“The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.” - Coretta Scott King The Browning Foundation, a Pennsylvania-based nonprofit created to assist in providing opportunities for the advancement of those in Philadelphia and the surrounding areas, recently held its inaugural gala and awarded more than $15,000 in scholarships. … Continue reading Philadelphia foundation awards scholarships founded on family, friends and faith

Caleb McLaughlin, HOT 97’s Laura Stylez celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with Olympians in NYC

Embracing and inspiring the next generation of junior tennis players, the United States Tennis Association (USTA) New York Junior Tennis League (NYJTL) and Cary Leeds Center for Tennis & Learning Center will host a fun-filled afternoon of activities for kids this weekend. Making it easier for youth (ages 5 to 18 years old) and their parents to … Continue reading Caleb McLaughlin, HOT 97’s Laura Stylez celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with Olympians in NYC

Unprecedented program aims to ‘Rebuild’ Philadelphia, serve as national community investment model

Yesterday the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) concluded its annual conference in New Orleans, bringing together more than 7,000 park and recreation professionals, citizen advocates and industry suppliers from around the country. The premier annual meeting of the park and recreation community, over a three-day period conference attendees were presented networking opportunities, hundreds of education sessions and the … Continue reading Unprecedented program aims to ‘Rebuild’ Philadelphia, serve as national community investment model

First-ever Take Your Parent to PE Week concludes successfully

Today marks the last day of the first-ever Take Your Parent to PE Week, a national movement to help schools provide at least 60 minutes a day of physical education (PE) and before, during and after school physical activity for all of America’s students. Sponsored by Active Schools, from September 25-29, the national movement encourages schools’ PE … Continue reading First-ever Take Your Parent to PE Week concludes successfully

African & American Leaders of The 4th Industrial Revolution: Catherine Duggan

Global Leadership: African & American Leaders of The 4th Industrial Revolution Thomson Reuters’ Euvin Naidoo, a Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business & Government senior fellow, will conclude a three-day series on Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Africa later today. Last week Naidoo moderated a panel discussion on Africa’s investment and innovation landscape, exploring the challenges and opportunities of the Fourth … Continue reading African & American Leaders of The 4th Industrial Revolution: Catherine Duggan