How do you want to retire?
The Village at Brookwood — This is how we do retirement.
STEVE EXUM ’ 92
of Title IX, a section of a 1972 federal act
that requires equal opportunity in education. NCAA leaders fought the standard
but ultimately complied. Many still complain, usually in private, that the need to
fund women’s and Olympic sports drives
the endless pursuit of revenues.
Title IX “effectively destroyed the
model completely, and what’s happened?”
asks Turner rhetorically, noting that two of
his daughters played college sports. “
Hundreds of thousands upon millions of women
have been given what they deserved all
along, and that’s been a positive. So maybe
we do need a really painful time of recon-figuration to get all this back into shape.”
Extend your years of wellness by
finding balance among all aspects of your life.
At The Village at Brookwood, our on-site Wellness Coordinator
and Life Enrichment Director focus on the six dimensions
of wellness — physical, social, vocational, nutritional, intellectual
and spiritual — to find the program that works just for you.
BARRY JACOBS is a freelance writer in
Hillsborough who has covered ACC basketball since 1976 as a reporter and a commentator. His previous articles for the Review
include a profile of Woody Durham ’ 63, “To
Paint a Canvas,” in July/August 2011 and
“An Enduring Standard” in January/February 2010 about 10 defining moments in a
century of Carolina basketball.
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