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Category: Varsity Letter

Varsity Letter

A College Varsity Sport That Stands Out

Ever hear of synchronized skating? I hate to say it, but I never had. Synchronized swimming, yes, but this ice skating sport is new to me. Then I saw the athleticism and style of the Miami RedHawks at Miami University in Ohio and how in step the teammates were with each other. Amazing! That's when I started learning about this competitive varsity sport. Actually, the 30th anniversary of the 2014 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships is happening Feb. 24 - March 1 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

The Varsity Letter - The Way It is and the Way It Was

As the kickoff to the athletic year has advanced at high schools, prep schools, and colleges, student athletes have been giving their all for their teams, schools, and fans. A traditional reward for their efforts is the varsity letter. Varsity letters are a long-time symbol of student athletes’ dedication and achievement.

Show School Pride on August 30th for College Colors Day!

We are nearing September, which means that not only is school back, but so is college football! College Colors Day is also back for its 8th year on Friday, August 30 to kick off the college football season. Never heard of College Colors Day? Learn how to you can pledge your allegiance to your favorite college or university.

Who is your Hero? Honoring "The Man in the Red Bandanna" ~ September 11

What is a hero? Welles R. Crowther was a hero to many on September 11, 2001. Have you heard this remarkable story? On this 11th anniversary of 9/11, it is well worthwhile to see ESPN's video about Welles called the 'Man in the Red Bandanna.'

Honoring a former Rye High School Athlete ~ September 11

In the course of my workday, there are many times that I come across amazing, interesting, and even surprising facts about the schools we work with. This time, the information was about a former high school student and athlete who attended Rye High School (Rye, NY).  He was one of those killed on 9-11.

Sports Photo Scholarship Contest 2012 Finalists Know How to Celebrate Their Athletic Victories!

The Sports Photo Contest Finalists are announced. To enter this contest, students were asked to submit a celebratory sports photo that portrays the ‘true celebration of a sport.’ We received so many amazing sports photos it was hard to narrow down to just 11 Finalists. The voting period is open to July 26, 2012. The Finalists with the most votes win a $500 scholarship. Vote for your favorite sports photo. Help a student further their educational career.

Varsity Letter - What to do with it?

Receiving a varsity letter is a big deal. Currently, framing your varsity letter is the way to go. It preserves your varsity letter and shows off your accomplishment.

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