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Supernova shows the power of good in sports

Supernova shows the power of good in sports

By Ally Salzberg, Assistant Online Editor

November 20, 2019

Being able to participate in a sport should be a guaranteed opportunity that all people should have regardless of disability. The SOMO Joy cheerleading team does just this and offers kids and adults ranging from 8-36 the opportunity to be a part of a team and to get the experience that other people ge...

Ooh, I Think I Found Myself a Real Sport: Cheerleading

Ooh, I Think I Found Myself a Real Sport: Cheerleading

By Cristian Edwards, Online Sports Editor

November 24, 2015

Jousting. Quidditch. Cheese rolling. Rock-Paper-Scissors. All of these activities are now defined as and accepted as genuine sports. So why is cheerleading still on the bubble? The dictionary defines a sport as, “an athletic activity requiring skill or physical prowess and often of a competitive...

Is Cheerleading a sport? One reporter’s quest to find out

By By Charles Cook, Staff Writer

November 30, 2010

Just to clarify readers, no I am not the “official” Observer columnist, though many characterize me with traits pertaining to those of a young Ben Gloger. Well this month, my “informal” column addresses an issue that has just come to my attention: according to a legal judge ruling in a court ...

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