Race, ethnicity, and participation in leisure activities

In “Gender and Leisure” by Susan Shaw and “Ethnicity, Race, and Leisure” by James H. Gramann and Maria T. Allison, the authors describe the main ways in which race, ethnicity and gender influence access and participation in recreation and leisure. . While gender distinctions are quite clear when examining differences between men and women, despite the emergence of a transgender […]

Red Raiders Basketball from Texas Tech University

The Texas Tech University Red Raiders basketball team competes in the highly competitive Big 12 Conference alongside powerful timeless programs like the University of Kansas and the University of Texas. While the Big 12 is known predominantly across the country as a soccer conference, the grouping of 12 teams from seven states (Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas) […]

Will the end of DACA burst our academic bubble?

Maybe it’s okay that the academic bubble is about to burst. After all, our colleges and universities seem to have lost their way, teaching gender studies, minority (majority) studies, left-wing views, and the never-ending politically correct mission of sustainability, equality, and socialism. Will the elimination of DACA – Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals be the last straw in academia? It […]

New Jersey Penalties and Consequences for Failure to Comply with Apartment Registration Requirements

In today’s article, we will discuss the importance of two separate documents required for residential real estate owners. Certificates of Occupancy The first document is the Certificate of Occupancy. The vast majority of New Jersey state municipalities require a landlord to obtain a new Certificate of Occupancy each time a new tenant moves in. The inspections that accompany the application […]