The sports and entertainment industries have struggled to keep important personal data and company secrets protected in recent years.
American Indians struggling to get the Washington Redskins football team to change its name may lose the battle in U.S. courts, but that doesn’t mean the fight is over.
The Washington Redskins are celebrating the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 19 decision striking down the Patent and Trademark Office’s ban on registering trademarks considered disparaging to racial or ethnic groups.
It’s been three weeks since the start of the NFL free agency and quarterback Colin Kaepernick is still unemployed. This has left many questioning why a former Super Bowl contender is now struggling to find a team to call home.
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank stirred a bit of controversy earlier last month with his comments about President Trump being a “real asset to this country.” Noticeably silent, was the Howard University Athletics Department, which a few found interesting since Under Armour is a new partner.
Burr Gymnasium was filled with students, faculty, staff and basketball players of the D.C. Warriors for the Men’s Basketball team’s “Senior Night” and final home game of the season, Monday, Feb. 27. Although halftime is typically graced by the Bisonettes, the band and the disk jockey of the night, Monday’s halftime was a little different.
Track star Alice Coachman made history as the first Black woman to win an Olympic Gold medalist at the 1948 London Games. Setting the high jump record at roughly 5-foot-6 and 1/8 inches, Coachman claimed the victory.