On The Whistle Podcast | Penance to Mission: Shaping the New Face of Service

On The Whistle Podcast | Penance to Mission: Shaping the New Face of...

It all started at a keg party on the Georgetown campus. Paul Caccamo and scores of his friends were celebrating his graduation until the police showed up. In a turn of events worthy of Les Mis, a passing Jesuit priest convinced them to let Paul...

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On The Whistle Podcast | Sports Journalism Lessons Learned From Growing Up Quaker

On The Whistle Podcast | Sports Journalism Lessons Learned From...

Growing up Quaker meant learning to sit still, be quiet, and surreptitiously practice sign language with your friends. Today though, silence, mindfulness, and living in the moment — all the things that happened in the Quaker meeting — have taken...

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On The Whistle Podcast | The 3-Track Approach to Social Integration at Steel Sports

On The Whistle Podcast | The 3-Track Approach to Social Integration...

We aren't just playing games. Youth sports is also about social impact, character development, and growth into adult life.

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On The Whistle Podcast | Full Court Peace: Playing One Sport as One Team

On The Whistle Podcast | Full Court Peace: Playing One Sport as One...

In Northern Ireland, soccer led to rioting and violence between Protestant and Catholic boys. But could basketball be different? One man thought so, and he created a team of Catholics and Protestants together.

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On The Whistle Podcast | How Resilience Works: Helping Seriously Ill Children Achieve Their Goals

On The Whistle Podcast | How Resilience Works: Helping Seriously Ill...

Liam is 10 years old. He has Duchenne muscular dystrophy. It’s like ALS but affects young boys instead of grown ups. He’s also part of the baseball team at Northeastern University.

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On The Whistle Podcast | Great Kids, Great Cops: How Sports Can...

If it don't bleed, it don't lead. Media outlets depict the worst of modern society. They can find the time to cover riots, but they ignore all the positive things taking place. Like the great work of the Police Athletic Leagues. In this first...

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