Kelly Laffey is a junior at Wake Forest University, is a political science major and a journalism and photography double mi-nor. She grew up on Long Island, New York.
Walk on to any American college campus between the months of August and November and you're likely to see students out and about, sporting school apparel, the sound of their amicable chatter punctuated by the whiz of a Frisbee floating by. Drop by campus in early December, during finals
It's long been known that soccer, appreciated all over the world for its display of agility and athleticism, does not enjoy a high status in U.S. sports. Someone once explained this phenomenon to me in a very simple manner. Unlike the rest of the world, Americans are perturbed