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DILLON: Why Soldiers Fight

DILLON: Why Soldiers Fight

By Raymond W. Dillon Jr. October 5, 2018

On Sept. 1, 2016, then-San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick kneeled during the singing of the national anthem at a football game in protest of police brutality against black Americans. In the...

SCHENK: Unity Needed Against Injustice

SCHENK: Unity Needed Against Injustice

By Sinead Schenk September 27, 2016

In the past weeks, months and years, there has been a shocking number of reports about young black men killed by police officers. There have been two separate incidents this past week, first in Tulsa,...

IPPOLITO: National Anthem Sparks Controversy

IPPOLITO: National Anthem Sparks Controversy

By Michael Ippolito September 2, 2016

The national anthem is quickly becoming a lightning rod of controversy for American athletes. Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas was hounded by the media for what was deemed inappropriate and unpatriotic conduct...

IPPOLITO: Personnel Problems Plague San Francisco

IPPOLITO: Personnel Problems Plague San Francisco

By Michael Ippolito February 5, 2016

For the first time since 1985, this year’s Super Bowl will be held in the San Francisco Bay Area. Coincidentally, Super Bowl XIX in 1985 also marks the only time in NFL history when the host of the Super...

Sunday More Than Lewis, Harbaughs

By Peter Barston February 1, 2013

Two brothers, separated in age by a mere 15 months, have dominated the headlines leading up to this Sunday’s Super Bowl, where the Jim Harbaugh-led San Francisco 49ers are set to face off against...

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