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Elizabeth Sharrow, 2020 PEP Fellow, criticizes decisions made by the University of Minnesota to cut three men’s athletic programs, citing budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic

Elizabeth Sharrow, 2020 PEP Fellow, criticizes decisions made by the University of Minnesota to cut three men’s athletic programs, citing budget constraints brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. She writes that the school’s athletic director blaming Title IX for limiting his choices “suggests a less than full commitment to comprehensive gender equity in Gopher athletics.” Sharrow is a Minnesota alumna and former athlete and assistant coach on the school’s rowing team. Read more at StarTribune.

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