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basketball Women's

Virginia Tech Women’s Basketball Falls against UVA

After weather canceled weekend games for both teams, the Virginia Cavaliers (3-11, 0-4 ACC) lost to the Virginia Tech Hokies (13-4, 5-1 ACC) in the rescheduled Commonwealth Clash on Tuesday night in Blacksburg. In the first quarter, the two teams went back and forth and the Hokies let 15-12 after the first ten minutes. Elizabeth…

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Champion Women's

Becky Lynch, Raw Women’s Champion def. Becky Lynch

Becky Lynch is still The Man after retaining her Raw Women’s Championship in a hard-fought rematch with Liv Morgan…

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Rights Women's

Women’s Rights Debate Triggers Parliament Brawl at Jordan

A fistfight broke out in the Jordanian parliament on Tuesday during a debate over amending the national constitution to strengthen equal rights for women. Specifically, reformers supported by King Abdullah II want to add female nouns to a clause that would clearly state both men and women have the same nationality and citizenship rights. Several…

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Running Women's

The best running shoes for women in 2022: Brooks, Asics, and many more

This story is part of Holiday Gift Guide 2021, our list of ideas, by topic, by recipient and by price, to help you discover the perfect gift. Running shoes have come a long way over the years. Now there are a variety of different styles that can be purchased for specific types of runs: track,…

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postponed Women's

Man City women’s game postponed due to COVID-19 outbreak

Soccer Football – Premier League – Manchester City v Leeds United – Etihad Stadium, Manchester, Britain – December 14, 2021 General view of a sign notifying fans of a coronavirus (COVID-19) check area outside the stadium before the match Action Images via Reuters/Carl RecineDec 15 (Reuters) – Manchester City’s Women’s League Cup game away at…

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professional Women's

Women’s professional STEM societies rethink gender diversity

In 2013, Nicole “Nic” Johnson was pursuing her doctorate in counseling psychology and making the requisite rounds of academic conferences. “They were always very, sort of cold and nonpersonal,” she said. “Very heady and ivory tower.” But that perception changed, she said, when she walked into a Marriott hotel in Salt Lake City for a…