In Review – March 2020

What a month! Here’s some of the news that is not related to the season pausing. Cheerleading in the UK: We’re Not on the Sidelines Any More via BBC. Black Girls Cheer: How a Mom’s Social Media Group Sparked a Movement via ABC. Cheer Shows Competitive Cheerleading Is Almost as Dangerous as Football. So Why… Continue reading In Review – March 2020

In Review – October 2018

October came and went, bringing Fall and Halloween with it. This month I was reminded of cheerleading being used in headlines to catch the attention of readers. People published an article titled Cheerleader’s Alleged Admission that She Didn’t Want to Be Mom Is Admissible in Baby Murder Trial that had nothing to do with cheerleading knowing… Continue reading In Review – October 2018

In Review – June 2018

June brought the beginning of summer and the news that Varsity Brands was sold. Bain Agrees to Acquire Cheerleading Outfitter Varsity Brands via Bloomberg. Ex-Cheerleaders Allege Intimidation, Low Pay in Suit Against Texans via ESPN. TCU Puts Cheerleading Coach on Administrative Leave via Star-Telegram. “Crack Whores” and “Jelly Bellies”: A Former N.F.L. Cheerleader Reveals the… Continue reading In Review – June 2018

In Review – December 2016

December, along with 2016, has left us. Here’s the news that ended the year, including the news of the year. Everyone reported on Cheerleading being granted provisional Olympic status, including Reuters, Inside the Games, The Courier-Mail, BBC, USA Today, USA Cheer, and USASF. The Courier-Mail also published IOC Can’t Be Serious: Cheerleading and Muay Thai… Continue reading In Review – December 2016