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Tools of the Trade
Tools of the Trade: March. 8, 2017 - Issue 1024
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High School News
Banned Parent Allowed In
A father who had sued the Bethlehem (Pa.) Area School District after being banned from wrestling matches at Liberty High School was allowed to watch his son compete in a special room overlooking the gym, with a security guard.
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Product Showcase
Raise Your Sound Game
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In 2015, CoachComm revealed its latest innovation-eVenue Thunder-a revolutionary mobile event management system that offers concert quality audio and workflow management for any live venue.
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Strategic Planning
Crusaders Are Out
After consultation with constituents, Alvernia University has announced that it will change its university nickname, which has been “Crusaders” since the 1970s.
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Facilities
Sharing Draws Criticism
In Oregon, the Lake Oswego School District's attempt to respond to a Title IX lawsuit by having baseball and softball players share facilities has led to complaints.
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Sports Medicine
A Step Forward
A new meniscus replacement procedure is gaining traction, showing promising results and getting athletes back to activity without lasting knee pain.

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From Our Pages
Cardiac Checks
The debate is ongoing: Should athletic departments use echocardiograms and/or electrocardiograms to test their athletes for heart abnormalities? For Adrian College, the answer is yes.

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