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Unsportsmanlike Conduct: College Football and the Politics of Rape is about a different kind of football playbook. Over the last three years, this has been a hot topic as people are wondering aloud and often about the problem of sexual assault on college campuses, especially when it involves the football players on people’s favorite teams. This book explores that playbook, the one coaches, teams, universities, police, communities, the media, and fans seem to follow whenever a college football player is accused, charged, and/or convicted of sexual assault. It’s a deep dive into how different institutions — the NCAA, athletic departments, universities, the media - run the same plays over and over again when these stories break. If everyone runs their plays well, scrutiny dies down quickly, no institution ever has to change how it operates, and the evaporation of these cases into nothingness looks natural.
Today on The Jaunt, tracks from Luke Temple, Mo Douglas and Jess Williamson. Plus, stay tuned for a new single from Ty Segall.
Extra long doubleshot block on DJ Drew's Dealer's Choice today, the first one in the month of December
Listen up for more off the new albums by The Seams, Sam Kogon, and Mo Douglas on this week's edition of the Listening Booth on BTRToday!
DJ Emily is setting her sites on three talented ladies for this edition of the show! Tune in for some very talented female artist.
Final day of the holiday weekend. Eat your leftovers and listen to DJ Drew's Dealer's Choice only on BTR
Get rid of your Thanksgiving leftovers yet? Finish them off on the show today with food-themed music from Mika Miko, Sonny & The Sunsets, Coachwhips and more…
Today we're chilling out with Biology of the Blog BFF Daniel Lindsay. We're talking Facebook fake news and Tumblr porn.
DJRePete's mix is certifiably guaranteed to get your 120 min closer to ur holiday wknd in the states w/alt by Earwig, Luke Temple, & Sad13!
Today's show kicks off with brand new music from Luke Temple and Jess Williamson.
Welcome to the inaugural episode of the StereoactiveNYC podcast, where every two weeks we'll be featuring music by and info about artists playing in and around the NYC/Brooklyn area. We'll also feature new releases, interviews, retro music selections, and anything else we come up with along the way. In this edition, we explain what StereoactiveNYC has been about up until now, pre-podcast, hear some new tunes by old friends, and feature some of BTR's exclusive sessions.

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