There's no denying that Title IX has changed the athletic, social and professional landscape for women, both here at Wingate and in the wider world. In this issue, see how far women have come, from athletic afterthoughts to leading the way on the court, in the classroom and on the sidelines. Also, read about Lauren Pharr's obsession with woodpeckers, Wingate's social-mobility success and much more.
Landmark legislation changed Wingate and the world.
Swift and competitive ‘Girl Named Sue’ had to settle for 15 minutes of fame.
James’ heady play sparked re-emergence of women’s sports at Wingate in the ’70s.
Title IX protects women away from the athletics arena too.
Wingate Hall of Famer instills competitive spirit in current Bulldogs.
Basketball stoked Neely’s competitive fire – and gave her a career.