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Women were too delicate for athletics, the reasoning went. Neither attitudes nor the situation changed overnight, but they evolved. George, who as a Miami University student had participated in field hockey and basketball, part of the Women's Recreation Association, liked the competition and wanted women at DePauw to experience athletics. Competitions had been social events rather than sporting events. It also took time for women athletes to recognize the rigor it would take for them to compete. Mary Bretscher came to DePauw in to teach aquatics classes.
I loved my sport and wanted to make it possible college sex snapchat other women to have a similar experience. Swimmers were fined for missing sorority events, including ice cream socials. When Bretscher planned for her team to participate in a season-ending regional swim meet scheduled for the same weekend as sorority rush, she gave her swimmers the choice to participate in the meet or stay on campus for rush. In time, sororities valued their members who were athletes, supported them by attending games and meets and even provided late plates for athletes who missed dinner, Bretscher said.
And DePauw, compared to the large university where she ly worked, treated female athletes decently and fairly, she said. Her swimmers received meals and lodging expenses and uniforms and equipment were provided. George retired inBretscher in But it is not. Good news, right?
She later assumed duties of associate vice president for campus wellness as well. It's about the experience — the totality of the gender experience. I feel like a lot of times athletes struggle, especially high-caliber athletes, to be seen as more than just the player of the sport they are. Kopp definitely is more that her athletic ability. At DePauw, she was a political science major and honor scholar.
She also was a court-appointed special advocate who represented children in court. The judge would ask me to say what their wishes were. She began to look for opportunities to play abroad, and ed a contract to play in Germany. She has loved the experience, despite some of the complications due to COVID, and plans another year with the team.
Though Title IX has been the law since long before her birth, Kopp is well aware of pervasive inequalities. Yet she remains hopeful. Kopp photo: Michael Eichhorn. Whether we are writing about the intellectual challenge of our classrooms, a campus life that builds leadership, incredible faculty achievements or the seemingly endless stories of alumni success, we think DePauw has some fun stories to tell. Seminary St. Greencastle, IN, Writing a story? Need a resource? Have a question? The following year, she did.
Even after she leaves the professional team, she will continue to play basketball, she said.
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