Saturday Feb 22
Asian Slant on 2014 Winter Olympics
I haven't seen much of an Asian view on the Sochi Olympics. Back in the day, Asians were complaining that gold medalist Yamaguchi didn't seem to get as many corporate deals as the third-place Kerrigan, but today a Yamaguchi Special-K box is a $22.50 buy-it-now item , and she's the one featured by NBC at Sochi, while Kerrigan's appearing to talk ... (more)
Online learning: An Olympic-style opportunity for all kids
Did you know a few simple new laws could help every U.S. child access the same kind of education available to young Olympic athletes? Many high-performing young athletes complete their academics online, many through private and public programs such as California's Capistrano Connections Academy, which is owned by Pearson.
Ashley Wagner stays strong
Ashley Wagner's meltdown last month at U.S. figure skating nationals in Boston left critics questioning whether she belonged in the Olympics.
Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch
Olympics: Tara Lipinski previews Team USA as ladies' figure...
It's the moment Ashley Wagner fans have been waiting for: The ladies' figure skating event gets underway Feb. 19 in Sochi with the short program.
Olympic skater is dressing for redemption
Ashley Wagner returns to the ice Wednesday in the Sochi Olympics, one of the dresses in her arsenal is designed to do the same - help the skater portray a strong, fiery and alluring character, Delilah.
Washington Square News
Blog fights minority stereotype in U.S.
Members of NYU Generasian and NYU's Asian-American publication, as well as other interested students, congregated to hear Phil Yu, creator of the blog Angry Asian Man, speak on the media representation of Asian-Americans on Feb. 10. Based in Los Angeles, Yu has gained recognition from media outlets such as CNN and The New York Times for his ... (more)
US figure skater Wagner likes Sochi's rainbow hues
Ashley Wagner sees a certain resemblance between the multihued designs all around the Sochi Olympics and a rainbow gay pride flag.