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Collection Overview
Title:Center for the Study of Sport in Society records
Dates:1978-2003 (1985-1998 bulk)
Location:30/4, 31/1-2
Call Number:A56
Volume:28.3 cubic ft. (29 boxes)
Scope and Content Abstract:The records of the Center for the Study of Sport in Society (CSSS) document the activities of CSSS in its efforts to improve the integrity of amateur and professional sports in areas such as academic achievement for student-athletes, race and gender relations, reduction of violence, and community involvement. It also documents CSSS’s unique mission to apply the principles of sports to solve social problems. The bulk of the material in the collection dates from 1985-1998, but spans the opening of the CSSS in 1984 to 2003. Records include correspondence, reports and studies, publications and publicity materials, speeches, project and event planning and documentation, media relations files, subject files, and some audio and audio-visual material of CSSS directors.
Historical Abstract:Northeastern University’s Center for the Study of Sport in Society (CSSS) was founded by Richard Lapchick in 1984 to increase awareness of sports and their relation to society, and to explore the use of sports in bringing about positive social change. As one of its first projects to reform high school and college sports, in 1985 CSSS established the National Consortium for Academics and Sports to advocate for a balance between academics and athletics. CSSS’s programs later addressed more general social problems by means of athletes and sports. Established in 1990, Project TEAMWORK trained students in the value of diversity and conflict resolution. Beginning in 1993, the Mentors in Violence Prevention program worked to reduce men's violence against women. The Urban Youth Sports Program was founded in 1995 and enabled Boston youth to participate in organized athletic programs. Also established in 1995, Athletes in Service to America helped students to promote racial harmony, reduce violence, and achieve academic success. From 1989 to 2002, CSSS also published the Racial and Gender Report Card, which analyzed the hiring practices of women and people of color in the NBA, NFL, Major League Baseball, NHL, Major League Soccer, the Women's NBA, the NCAA, and its member institutions.
Arrangement:Organized into 9 series: 1. Director (Richard Lapchick); 2. Senior Associate Director (Jose Masso); 3. Director of Research and Communications (Jeffrey Brown); 4. Administrative; 5. Projects; 6. Development and Marketing; 7. Annual Awards Banquet and the Hall of Fame; 8. National Consortium for Academics and Sports; 9. Audio-Visual and Computing Media.
Subjects and Contributors:
  • Lapchick, Richard Edward
  • Masso, Jose
  • Brown, Jeffery

  • Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.). Center for the Study of Sport in Society.
  • National Basketball Association.
  • National Football League.
  • Major League Baseball (Organization).

  • Athletes.
  • Athletes -- Education.
  • College sports -- Moral and ethical aspects.
  • College sports -- Social aspects.
  • College sports -- United States.
  • Discrimination in sports.
  • Mass media and sports -- United States.
  • School sports -- United States.
  • Sports -- Social aspects.
  • Sports -- South Africa.
  • Sports for children -- United States.
  • United States -- Race relations.

Restrictions:Records are closed for 25 years from the date of their creation, unless researchers have written permission from the creating office.
Processor:Finding aid prepared by Stein Helmrich, September 2003

Scope and Content Note

The records of the Center for the Study of Sport in Society (CSSS) document the activities of CSSS in its efforts to improve the integrity of amateur and professional sports in areas such as academic achievement for student-athletes, race and gender relations, and community involvement. The collection documents CSSS’s numerous programs targeting middle and high school students, college student-athletes, professional athletes, and adult administrators; former director Richard Lapchick’s vision for CSSS and his ideas about how the power of sports may affect positive social change; CSSS’s influences on and relationships with colleges, universities, athletic teams, and the media; various methods of using sports to address social problems, such as violence and drug abuse; and data and programs concerning race and gender in amateur and professional athletics.

The bulk of the material in the collection is from 1985-1998, but spans from the opening of CSSS in 1984 until 2003.

The collection is organized into nine series. Series 1 is the largest series and contains the records of CSSS’s founder and director Richard Lapchick. Many of the records in this series are related to records found in other parts in the collection, especially those related to the projects of CSSS in Series 6. Series 2 reveals the administrative workings of CSSS. Series 3 documents CSSS’s development and marketing efforts. Series 4 contains materials relating to CSSS's Annual Awards Banquet and Hall of Fame Induction. Series 5 contains records from CSSS’s offshoot, the National Consortium for Academics and Sports (NCAS). Series 6 documents the projects of CSSS, including Athletes in Service to America, College Student-Athlete Project, Hoop Dreams and More, Jo Jo White Growth League, Mentors in Violence Prevention, Outreach Program, Racial Report Card, Project TEAMWORK, Teamwork Learning Institute, and Urban Youth Sports. Series 7 document the records of Jeff Brown, a former research and communication director at CSSS. Series 8 contains the records of Jose Masso, who was a Latino activist and Senior Associate Director of CSSS. Series 9 contains audio-visual materials produced by or about the CSSS.

Historical Note

The Center for the Study of Sport in Society (CSSS) at Northeastern University (NU) was founded in June 1984. The first academic center in the country dedicated to sports and their role in society, CSSS was the brainchild of Dr. Richard Lapchick (REL) and Richard Astro, Dean of NU's College of Arts and Sciences. Initially, the CSSS had a triple focus: to offer a degree completion program for athletes, to provide an outreach program for junior and senior high school students, and to lobby in support of higher academic standards for athletes. At the opening press conference, Dean Astro described the Center as "a pioneering effort on the part of an American University to address abuses in athletics.” REL was hired as the director of the CSSS and served until 2001.

One of CSSS’s first projects was to reform academic abuses of student-athletes in high school and college athletics, mainly through a degree completion program. The degree completion program led to the formation of the National Consortium for Academics and Sports (NCAS) in 1985 by 11schools. By July 2002, over 218 colleges and universities were members.

As the NCAS evolved independently, the programs of CSSS also expanded. Its mission became "to increase awareness of sport and its relation to society, and to develop programs that identify problems, offer solutions, and promote the benefits of sport." Its next emphasis was on sports-related outreach programs for youth. Such programs included the National Student Athlete Day of the NCAS, Project TEAMWORK, Mentors in Violence Prevention, Hoop Dreams and More, Urban Youth Sports, the Jo Jo White Growth League, and Athletes in Service to America, all described in further detail below.

CSSS also was concerned with race and gender in sports. CSSS published the Racial and Gender Report Card annually between 1989 and 2002. The Racial Report Card examined the racial and gender hiring practices of the NBA, WNBA, NFL, NHL, Major League Baseball, Major League Soccer, and the NCAA. CSSS also developed the Teamwork Leadership Institute as a diversity training program for colleges and professional teams; TEAMWORK South Africa was a model of Project TEAMWORK in South Africa during and after Apartheid.

Other aspects of CSSS’s work included publishing an academic journal, the Journal of Sport and Social Issues, and one for broader audiences, Arena Review. CSSS also conducted an annual survey of college athletics, known as the College Student Athlete Project (CSAP) between 1990 and 1993.

A major publicity event for CSSS is its annual awards banquet, The True Heroes of Sport. During the event, CSSS inducts a new member into its Hall of Fame, which honors people from the sports world who have made an extraordinary contribution to society. Members include Muhammad Ali (1994), "Red" Auerbach (1995), Wilma Rudolph (1996), Jackie Robinson (1997), Arthur Ashe (1998), Rafer Johnson (1999), Bill Russell (2000), and Dick Schaap (2002). Schaap, who passed away in 2002, was the banquet’s master of ceremonies for seven years. In 1987, he won the Excellence in Sports Journalism Award, and after his death the award was renamed the Dick Schaap Excellence in Sports Journalism Award. The Sports Journalism Award is presented in conjunction with NU's School of Journalism and annually awards outstanding achievement in both broadcast and print media. Past winners have included Howard Cosell (1986), Ted Koppel (1988), Will McDonough (1989), Bob Costas (1992), and the ESPN network (1994, 1997, 1999). The New England Hero Award was first given in 1998 and honors a male and female from New England who have positively promoted sports through sportsmanship, community service, or other courageous achievements. The Corporate Goodwill Award honors businesses or organizations that donated money to CSSS, such as Reebok International (1997), Disney's Wide World of Sports (1998), and Robert and Myra Kraft of the New England Patriots (1999).

In 1984, a National Advisory Board was formed to provide counsel for CSSS. In 2000, a Development Council was formed to raise funds and determine goals for CSSS.

Richard Lapchick

A nationally recognized expert on racism in sports and in the fight against apartheid, Richard Lapchick (REL) was the founder and first director of CSSS. He is the son of NBA Hall of Famer Joseph Lapchick, a Boston Celtic, basketball coach of St. John’s University and the New York Knicks, and sports reformer who helped to integrate the NBA. During REL’s tenure at CSSS and because of the ten books, more than 450 articles, and over 2,600 speeches and television appearances, REL became internationally known for his work dealing with racism, gender equality, and abuses in sports. REL has received numerous awards and honors, including seven honorary degrees and being named one of the 100 most powerful people in sports by the Sporting News for six consecutive years. He received his B.A. from St. John’s University in 1967 and his Ph.D. in International Race Relations from the University of Denver in 1973. In 1970-1978, he taught in the Political Science Department at Virginia Wesleyan College, and from 1978 to1984 he was a Senior Liaison Officer at the United Nations.

In 2001, REL accepted a position at the DeVos Sports Business Management Program at the University of Central Florida and became the Director Emeritus at the CSSS. In 2002, REL launched the Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sports there, which has published the Racial and Gender Report Card since 2003 and worked with NCAS to conduct diversity training to sports organizations. REL also continued as the president and CEO of NCAS.

National Consortium for Academics and Sports (NCAS)

Led by NU, NCAS was founded in 1985 by 11 schools, California State University at Long Beach, Georgetown University, New York University, St. John's University, Seton Hall University, Temple University, University of Denver, University of California at Berkeley, University of San Francisco, and William Patterson College. NCAS aimed to keep “the student in student-athlete." The 11 schools agreed to readmit scholarship athletes who had attended their institutions since 1975 and allow them to finish their degrees. In return, the athletes performed community outreach for the schools.

In 1992, NCAS became a separate non-profit organization, and REL remained the president and CEO. As of July 2002, NCAS had 218 members in the United States and Canada with six regional offices. In 2001, the national office moved from the CSSS in Boston to the University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL, where REL had relocated, and CSSS became the headquarters for the northeast regional office.

The mission of NCAS has evolved "to help create a better society by focusing on educational attainment and using the power and appeal of sport to positively affect social change." NCAS has five main outreach programs based at CSSS: Mentors in Violence Prevention Program, Project TEAMWORK, the Degree Completion Program, National Student Athlete Day, and the Teamwork Leadership Institute.

Degree Completion Program

The Degree Completion Program is a criterion for membership in NCAS. Member schools must readmit academically eligible scholarship athletes who left school before they graduated and provide them aid equal to their original scholarship. In return, former athletes must provide at least 10 hours a week to their schools’ community service and outreach programs. The program also provides for athletes to complete their degrees at another member school. In this case neither school is obliged to pay the athlete’s tuition, but are asked to transfer credits and ease the financial burden to the athlete. The Degree Completion Program has helped over 21,000 athletes return to school, and more than 12,000 to graduate. These athletes have completed almost 9.5 million hours of community service through NCAS outreach programs and reached over 9 million children.

Teamwork Leadership Institute

The Teamwork Leadership Institute (TLI) was created by REL in 1990. TLI provides diversity training to organizations across the country, the majority of which are college and university administrations and athletic departments. Using sports-related principles such as teamwork, TLI workshops help people better understand cultural prejudices through open discussion and interaction. Since its inception, the NBA and more than 125 colleges and universities have used TLI training.

National Student Athlete Day

Since 1987, NCAS has celebrated April 6th as National Student Athlete Day (NSAD). NSAD honors high school and college student-athletes who have excelled in the classroom, on the field, and within their communities. It also recognizes parents, teachers, coaches and school systems supporting these student-athletes. NSAD was established by NCAS and CSSS with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the National Federation of State High School Associations. In 2002, NSAD honored over 300,000 student-athletes around the country.

Giant Steps Awards

Since 1988, the Giant Steps Awards have been presented annually in conjunction with NSAD and been given to people "who exemplify the ideals of balancing academics, athletics, life pursuits, and giving back to the community through the spirit of athletics." Nominations are open to the public, and awards are made in the following categories: Courageous Student-Athlete; Civic Leader; Athletic Administrator; Coaches; Community or Academic Organizations; and Parents, Teachers, and Schools.

Athletes in Service to America (AIS)

Begun in 1995, AIS is an AmeriCorps program designed to reduce violence and conflict in inner-city schools. The AIS program is headquartered at CSSS, with three other regional offices at Canisius College (Buffalo, NY), University of Kentucky (Lexington, KY), and Eckerd College (St. Petersburg). Under AIS, current or former college student-athletes work in inner-city schools and provide children with conflict training and academic support. In exchange for 1,700 hours of service per year, the athletes receive living wages and college scholarships. Between 1995 and 2003, the AIS program has had almost 450 members providing 560,000 hours of service in urban schools.

College Student Athlete Project (CSAP)

CSAP was a three-year project in which colleges and universities conducted self-studies based on a model developed at CSSS. CSAP was designed to improve the integrity of intercollegiate athletic programs by helping schools to determine the impact of intercollegiate athletic programs on the academic and social development of student-athletes and the educational missions of the universities. The program was funded by the Fund for the Improvement of Post secondary Education (FIPSE) and was offered at no charge to the participating schools. The institutional self-study focused on finding the relationship between a university's athletic program and its academic and administrative offices. Results indicated the degree to which an athletic department adhered to the school’s educational mission. Fourteen schools participated in the first two years, including NU, Texas A and M, and the University of Nevada at Las Vegas.

Disability Sport Research Initiative (DSRI)

DSRI was established in 2000 to help disabled athletes gain better access to the sports world. Through research, advocacy, and outreach programs, DSRI aims to bring more opportunities, respect, and equality to people with disabilities who wish to participate in sports, whether athletically or in an administrative capacity. In 2002, DSRI brought a new award to ESPN, the Best Disabled Athlete. In addition, to complement the annual Racial and Gender Report Card, DSRI is conducting research for a Disability Report Card.

Hoop Dreams and More

From 1994 to 1997, Hoop Dreams and More was an educational outreach program based on the documentary film Hoop Dreams, which followed two promising basketball players from inner-city Chicago through high school as they aspired to college scholarships and eventually the NBA. Kartemquin Educational Films asked CSSS to be the educational outreach partner for the film. CSSS developed a program that emphasized education as a priority for inner-city youth, creating a teacher’s guide and student playbook based on the issues and challenges found in the Hoop Dreams film. The initiative also trained teachers and established partnerships with colleges.

The Jo Jo White Growth League

Conducted in 1997, Jo Jo White Growth League was based on a program in New York developed by Boston Celtics legend Jo Jo White. The League emphasized teamwork in the classroom and on the basketball court. Over 200 sixth through eighth graders participated in the program.

Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP)

MVP is a prevention and education program that takes a unique approach to the role of the student-athlete in gender violence. Created in 1993 by former CSSS employee Jackson Katz, it was one of the first programs to teach student-athletes how to prevent rape and sexual assault. MVP teaches athletes that by acting as powerful and influential bystanders when they see abusive situations, they can help to end them by confronting the abuser and showing them what is wrong. There are three levels of implementation: the youth level is sponsored by CSSS, the college level by NCAS, and the professional by both CSSS and NCAS. By 2003, the MVP team had presented to over 80 secondary schools in Massachusetts, almost 60 colleges and universities nationally, and numerous professional teams.


Project TEAMWORK began in 1990 with a team of three former professional athletes (Lynn Dawson, Keith Lee, and Luis Tiant) and one Olympic gold medal winner (Holly Metcalf), among others. Speaking to large audiences, the team educated young people about the dangers of racism, prejudice, and other forms of discrimination. Eventually TEAMWORK evolved into an interactive program in which former professional and college athletes guided middle and high school students through workshops on discrimination and conflict resolution. Once students completed the TEAMWORK program, they became members of the Human Rights Squad. To maintain membership, students had to take part in at least two activities that showed their promise to reduce violence in their schools and communities. Students in the Human Rights Squad were given awards annually at an NU forum.

Project TEAMWORK is one of the most successful and recognized program of CSSS, having worked with over 160,000 young students. In 1993, a study by public opinion analyst Lou Harris called it "America’s most successful violence prevention program." Also in that year, it received the Peter F. Drucker Award for the most innovative non-profit program in the social sector. Two years later, in 1995, President Clinton recognized it as a model violence prevention program. The success of TEAMWORK also led to an offshoot program, TEAMWORK-South Africa.

TEAMWORK-South Africa (TSA)

In 1992, two years before apartheid ended, REL and Kunle Raji began TSA in collaboration with the National Olympic Committee of South Africa (NOCSA), the African National Congress, and the National and Olympic Sports Congress of South Africa (NOSC). Officially launched in August 1993 with support from the NBA and the NBA Players Association, TSA used the TEAMWORK model to help young South Africans deal with the end of apartheid through the aid of sports. TSA provided young South Africans with access to sports facilities on condition that they become racially sensitive, stay in school, not use drugs or alcohol, and avoid gangs and violence. TSA also donated sports equipment, sponsored trips to South Africa for American college teams, and offered South African athletes scholarships to American schools. The NBA also played a major role in promoting TSA. In 1993 and 1994, the NBA sponsored trips of players, coaches, and officials to South Africa, where they offered clinics and exhibition games for over 1,000 children.

Urban Youth Sports (UYS)

UYS was created in 1997 to provide inner-city youth of Boston with the same access to sports that suburban children have. By giving inner-city youth the opportunity to participate on sports teams, the program hoped that the youth would stay off the streets and away from drugs and violence as they grew older. Initiated in November 1997 by the City of Boston and UYS, the Boston Youth Sports Congress is a major aspect of UYS, addressing issues ranging from sporting facilities and to urban sports for girls.

June 1984Center for the Study of Sport in Society (CSSS) founded with Richard Lapchick as director
1985National Consortium for Academics and Sports (NCAS) founded in conjunction with 11 other national universities
1985First Annual Awards Banquet held and first Excellence in Sports Journalism Award given
1987First National Student Athlete Day held on April 6th
1988First Giant Step Awards given at the Annual Banquet
1989First Racial Report Card published
1990Project TEAMWORK began
1990Teamwork Leadership Institute created
1990College Student Athlete Project began, lasting three years
1992National Consortium for Academics in Sports became independent from NU
1993Project TEAMWORK-South Africa launched
1993Mentors in Violence Prevention program created
1994Hoop Dreams and More program began
1994CSSS created a Hall of Fame with its first inductee, Muhammad Ali
1995Athletes in Service to America began as an AmeriCorps program
1995JoJo White Growth League began
1996CSSS opened a satellite office at Disney World in Orlando, Florida
1997Urban Youth Sports program created
2001Richard Lapchick became director emeritus of the CSSS
2003Peter Roby named the new director of the CSSS
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1. Richard Lapchick , 1978-2000 (bulk 1984-1998)
Volume:11.75 cubic ft.


Richard Lapchick's (REL) files make up the bulk of the collection and include records concerning almost every aspect of CSSS during his tenure between 1984 and 2001.

A large part of the series documents REL’s viewpoints, influence, role in CSSS, and interactions with major sports-related organizations and figures. The series contains REL’s general correspondence with the sports-related organizations, the NU community, and prominent figures in the sporting world. REL’s media files show the media exposure that he and CSSS had. The media files are organized by name of the media source and contain correspondence, articles containing quotes by REL, articles written about REL or CSSS, and articles written by REL. REL’s extensive subject files cover the broad array of topics in which CSSS was interested and the organizations with which REL worked. REL’s speeches about issues or to various venues are also found here. Documentation of many of REL’s books is also found in this series, as well as information on the legal cases in which REL served as an expert witness.

This series includes information about CSSS projects, in addition to the documentation found in Series 6. REL’s files on projects range from major initiatives, such as Hoop Dreams and Project TEAMWORK, to smaller programs, such as the Boston Parks and Recreation Youth Counseling Program. REL was personally dedicated to ending apartheid in South Africa and used his influence CSSS to promote this. His South Africa files include records from TEAMWORK -South Africa in addition to other files relating to sports and apartheid in South Africa.

This series also sheds light on the administration and governance of CSSS. There is correspondence from CSSS’s National Advisory Committee and the National Faculty Affiliates Committee. In addition, business files contain records of partnerships, funding, and other relationships CSSS had with corporations.

In addition to Series 5, this series includes records relating to the administration and operation of the National Consortium for Academics and Sports (NCAS), the Degree Completion Program, and National Student Athlete Day and the Giant Steps Awards.
1Alumni Advisory Boardn.d., 1987
1Budget Informationn.d., 1987
1Center Informationn.d., 1984-1995
1Center Vision Meeting (includes speech by Lapchick)1996
1Disney World1997-1998
1File Headings and Categoriesn.d.
1Journal of Sport and Social Issuesn.d., 1987-1992
Lapchick, Richard
1Awards Received1991-1999
1Honorary Degrees1988-1994
1Personal Informationn.d., 1968-1994
1Lapchick, Elizabeth1992
1Lapchick, Joen.d., 1984-1992
Northeastern University
1Contemporary Issues in Sports and Fitness Management Class1994
1Dept. of Athletics (includes speech by Lapchick)n.d., 1987-1994
1Honorary Degree Suggestion Group1990
1Presidential Nominating Council1995-1996
1Sports in Society Class1994
1Resumes Sent1991-1996
1Annual Awards Banquet (9 folders) 1985, 1990-1998
1“Eddie G. Robinson: Expectations Surpassed-Promises Kept”n.d.
1“Five Minutes to Midnight: Race and Sport in America”1991
1“Fractured Focus: Sport as it Reflects Society”1985, 1993
1“The Last Olympics: A History of Politics in Sports”n.d., 1978
1“On the Mark: Putting the Student Back in Student Athlete”n.d., 1986-1989
1“The Rules of the Game: Ethics in College Sports” (2 folders)n.d., 1987-1989
1“Sport in Society: Equal Opportunity or Business as Usual” (2 folders)1994-1996
1“The Tony Elliot Story”n.d., 1986-1987
1“Women in Sports”n.d., 1987
1“Integrity in Sport and Life for Student Athletes, Parents and Coaches”1990
1“Lenny, Lefty, and the Chancellor”1991
1“Too Young to Die: The Death of Len Bias”n.d.
1Vinokur, Martinn.d.
Business Files
1Advantage Marketing Group1987-1991
1American Airlines1990
1Arnold Fortuna Lane1991
1Atlantic Philanthropic Service Co. (2 folders)1989-1995
1Boston Globe Foundation1984-1994
1The Endowment Fund1992-1993
1Fuller Foundation1985
1General Correspondence1985-1995
1General Fundraising Informationn.d., 1984-1990
1Houghton Mifflin Company1985-1994
1IBM1990, 1995
1John Hancock (2 folders)1994-1995
1Mariani-Buss Associates1985, 1991
1McDonalds Corporation1986-1987
1New York Times Foundation1985
1Reebok International 1986-1995
1Sullivan an Worcester1985
1Tower Travel1992-1995
1Xerox Corporation1985
1Young, Meg: Fundraising Letters1986
Correspondence (General)
1Action List Correspondence Summaries1993-1997
1Aaron Henry1987
1Abdul-Jabbar, Kareem1985
1Alexander, Lamar1989-1990
1Archibald, Nate1994
1Ashe, Arthur1985-1992
1Ashford, Evelyn1985
1Auriemma, Geno1996
1B (2 folders)1985-1998
2Bettman, Gary1992-1994
2Borque, Ray1985
2Bossy, Mike1985
2Bowe, Riddick1993
2Bradley, Bill1985-1996
2Brokaw, Tom1989
2C (3 folders)1984-1998
2Carnesecca, Lou1984-1985
2Caulkins, Tracy1985
2Conyers, John1988-1989
2Cosell, Howard1985-1992
2Costas, Bob1992-1995
2Cousy, Bob1989
2Cowens, Dave n.d.
2D (2 folders)1985-1997
2DeFord, Frank1985-1998
2Dodd, Christopher1987
2English, Alex1993-1995
2Feinstein, Diane1985
2Fireman, Paul1990-1998
2Flynn, Raymond1984-1995
2G (2 folders)1985-1998
2Giamatti, Bartlett1987-1989
2Gretzky, Wayne1985
2H (3 folders)1984-1998
2Havlicek, John1986
2Hendricks, Cedric1989
2I 1984-1995
2Astro, Richard1983-1984
2Brown, Jeff1991-1994
2Generaln.d., 1987-1998
2Internsn.d., 1990-1995
2Kowalski, Tom1994-1996
2Panepinto, Josephn.d., 1988-1996
2Taylor, Art1987-1996
2Joyner-Kersee, Jackie1988
2Kemp, Jack1985-1989
2Kennedy, Edward1985, 1992
2Kennedy, Joseph P. II1996
2Kerry, John1989-1992
2King, Billie Jean1998
2Knight, Bob1984-1985
2Kraft, Robert1994-1996
2Krzyzewski, Mike1984-1994
2Lewis, Reggie1993
3M (3 folders)1984-1998
3Mandela, Nelson1995
3McDough, Will1986-1992
3Milbury, Mike1985-1994
3Montana, Joe1985
3Nicklaus, Jack1987
Northeastern University
3Office of Academic Advisement for Athletics1994
3Division of Academic Computing1988
3Office of Academic Development1989
3Accounts Payable1987-1995
3Office of Admissions1985-1991
3Office of Affirmative Action1989-1994
3Office of Alumni Relations1989-1995
College of Arts and Sciences1985-1998
3Dept. of Communications1984-1997
3Dept. of History1985-1989
3Dept. of Political Sciences1988-1998
3Dept. of Sociology1987-1995
3Athletic Training Department1991
3Dept. of Athletics 1985-1997
3Barnett Institute1987
3Building Services1997
3School of Business Administration1987-1998
3Business Services1988-1989
3Centennial Office1996
3Chairmen of the Corporation and Board of Trustees1985-1996
3Clinical Pharmacy Practice Department1998
3Division of Continuing Education1989-1994
3Dept. of Cooperative Education1989-1995
3Counseling and Testing Center1992
3Office of the Dean of Students1989-1990
3Office of Development1984-1994
3Dining Services1997-1998
3College of Engineering1989
3Office of the Executive Vice President (2 folders)1985-1989
3Field Hockey Team1988
3The Ford Hall Forum1990
3Office of Government Relations and Community Affairs1987-1995
3Dept. of Health, Sport, and Leisure Studies1989
3Human Resources Management 1987-1997
3John D. O’Bryant African-American Institute 1988-1995
3School of Journalism1985-1989
3Lane Health Center1987
3School of Law1990-1996
3Men’s Basketball Team1992-1996
3Office of Minority Student Affairs1985-1988
3National Council1986-1990
3Office of Parents Services1985-1986
3Office of the President (John Curry) (3 folders)1985-1996
3Office of the Provost1985-1998
3Office of Public Affairs1985-1989
3Office of Public Relations1987-1989
3Office of Public Safety1988-1990
3Division of Research Management 1992
3Senior Vice President for Development1985-1995
3Senior Vice President and Treasurer1989-1997
3Office of Services for the Handicapped1987
3Office of Special Events1987-1988
3Office of Sponsored Programs1984-1985
3Student Affairs Office1987-1997
3Office of University Administration1987-1994
3Office of University Communications1989-1994
3Office of University Counseln.d., 1987-1996
3University Libraries1987-1992
3University Publications1987-1989
3University Relations1986-1993
3Vice Chair Emeritus Board of Trustees1986-1990
3Vice President1986-1989
3Vice President Emeritus1989
3O 1987-1998
3Osborne, Tom1984-1996
3Parcells, Bill1994
3Paterno, Joe1984-1994
3Payton, Walter1985
3Perot, H. Ross1988-1991
4Reed, William1984-1998
4Reinsdorf, Jerry1993-1994
4Rozelle, Peter1984-1985
4S (3 folders)1984-1998
4Schaap, Dick1986-1995
4Schembechler, Gene “Bo”1985
4Selig, Bud1993-1995
4Smith, Dean1984-1985
4Stern, David1984-1997
4Tagliabue, Paul1989-1993
4Thompson, John1984-1985
4Ueberroth, Peter1984-1987
4Unknown Correspondentn.d., 1984-1997
4Unseld, Wes1987-1996
4Upshaw, Gene1984-1998
4Vincent, Fay1990-1992
4Weld, William1992
4Wilkins, Lenny1995
4Wilkinson, Wallace1989
Faculty Affiliates
4East (2 folders)1984-1985
4General Informationn.d., 1984
4Mid-West ( 2 folders) 1984-1985
Legal Cases
4Dennis Engelbrecht vs. Northeastern University (3 folders)1992-1993
4John Paul Perrin vs. Car-Temps1987-1988
4Reggie Warford vs. The Lexington Herald Leader (3 folders)1984-1988
4Stephen Remolina vs. Bucknell University 1995-1996
Media Files
5, 29A-Z Publications (3 folders)1984-1999
5, 29Other Publications: Articles About Lapchick1984-1999
5ABC Radion.d., 1987
5ABC Television1985-1994
5American Press Institute (includes speech by Lapchick)1988-1992
5American Sportscaster Association1991-1995
5Sportscaster Sensitivity Project1991
5American Visions1987
5Americana Annual/ Encyclopedia Year Book (includes article by Lapchick) (2 folders)1991-1992
5Argus Champion 1985
5Associated Press Editors (includes speech by Lapchick)1993
5Association for Women in Sports Media1994
5Athens Observer1989
5Athletic Business1989
5Atlanta Journal and Constitution (2 folders)1988-1997
5Austin American Statesman (2 folders)1987-1993
5Baltimore Sun (2 folders)n.d., 1984-1997
5Black Entertainment Television1987, 1990
5Black Issues in Higher Education (includes article by Lapchick)1988-1997
5Boston Globe (includes article by Lapchick) (3 folders)1984-1999
5Boston Herald (includes articles by Lapchick) (3 folders)n.d., 1984-1999
5Boston Phoenix1987
5British Broadcasting Corporation1986-1992
5Brown University Publications1996
5Business Week (2 folders)1986, 1988
5CBS Sportsline1998-1999
5CBS Television1985-1994
5Center for War, Peace and the News Media1992
5Channel 3 T.V.1992
5Channel 56n.d
5Chicago Tribune (includes article by Lapchick) (2 folders)1986, 1992-1997
5Christian Science Monitor (2 folders)1984-1998
5The Chronicle of Higher Education (2 folders)1985-1993
5The Cleveland Plain Dealer1987-1988
5Clinton Daily Item1986
5Coca-Cola High School Sports Week1987
5College Sports Magazine1991
5Collegiate Research Services (2 folders)1988-1990
5Dallas Morning News (includes article by Lapchick) (2 folders)1986-1997
5Denver Post1985-1999
5Des Moines Register1991
5Detroit Free Press1985, 1989
5Educational Record (includes article by Lapchick)1989, 1997
5Sports in Society Program Seriesn.d., 1986
5Evangelical Press Association1984
5Fair Test Examiner1988-1990
5Fortune Magazine1988
5From The Hearts Press1990-1991
5Gannett Median.d., 1986-1993
5Globalvisionn.d., 1990-1992
5HBOn.d., 1986
5High School Sports Magazine1985
5Higher Education Daily1984-1985
5Hispanic Outlook (includes article by Lapchick)1995
5Houston Chronicle (includes article by Lapchick)1985
5Inside Story1993
5KFRU 1400/AM1985
5Las Vegas Review Journal (2 folders)1984-1993
5Lewiston Journal1986
5Lincoln Journal Star1996
5Los Angeles Herald Examiner1988
5Los Angeles Times (includes articles by Lapchick) (3 folders)n.d., 1985-1999
5Macmillan Publishing Company1990-1991
5Miami Herald1985, 1988
5Milton Record Transcript1985-1986
5Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune1989-1990
5Narada Productions (includes article by Lapchick)1992
5The Nation 1985
5National Association of Black Journalists (includes speech by Lapchick)n.d., 1986-1997
5National Media Group1990-1991
5National Public Radio1987
5NBC Television1984-1996
5Nebraska Educational Television Network1987
5New Dawn Magazine (includes articles by Lapchick) (2 folders)1986-1987
5New Perspectives1987
5New York Post1990
5New York Times (includes articles by Lapchick) (3 folders)1984-1999
5The New Yorker1985, 1997
5Newsday (includes articles by Lapchick)1986, 1990, 1997
5Northeastern University Publications n.d., 1989, 1996
5On the Issues1993
5Orlando Sentinel1989, 1994
5Patriot Ledger1986-1990
5People Magazine1987
5Pittsburgh Post Gazette1995-1997
5Public Affairs Television1991
5Race and Class (includes article by Lapchick)1995
5Readers Digest1985
5Rochester Democrat and Chronicle1990
5Rocky Mountain News1985
5St. Louis Post Dispatch1986, 1995-1996
5St. Paul Pioneer Press1994
5St. Petersburg Times1989
5Salem Press1989
5San Francisco Chronicle1987-1989
5San Jose Mercury News1997
5Scholastic Magazines1986-1995
5School Administrator (includes article by Lapchick) (2 folders)1990
5Spokane Chronicle1991
5Seattle Times1990-1994
5Sporting News (includes articles by Lapchick) (3 folders)1985-1997
5Sports Beat Magazine 1993
6Sports Illustrated 1985-1994, 1997
6Sports in the International Arena (includes article by Lapchick)n.d.
6Sports Inc. (2 folders)1987-1988
6Standard Examiner1992
6Standard Times (includes article by Lapchick)1997
6Sterling's Magazines1991
6Street and Smiths Sports Business Journal (includes articles by Lapchick)1998, 1999
6Teen Newspaper Project1991
6Time Magazine1985-1989
6USA Today (includes articles and speech by Lapchick) (4 folders)1984-1998
6United Press International (includes articles by Lapchick) (2 folders)n.d., 1986-1991
6United States Judo Federation Newspaper1989
6United Youth of Boston1992
6U.S. News and World Report1985-1987, 1992
6Unknown Sourcesn.d., 1986-1989
6Video Events International 1992
6Wall Street Journal 1987-1988
6The Washington Journalism Center (includes speech by Lapchick)1986-1988
6The Washington Post (2 folders)1985-1991
6The Washington Times1987
6Waterbury Republication and American (2 folders)1984-1988
6WBZ Radio1987-1988
6WFAA TV1986-1988
6WJW-AM 8501984
6WNET TV 13 1985-1986
6WNEV TV1984
6WOR TV1986, 1988
6World and I (includes article by Lapchick)1988
6WRKO Talk Radio1984
6WSBK TV 381987
6WYES TV 121984
National Advisory Committee
6General Informationn.d., 1984-1988
6Member Requests1984-1985
6Negative Responses1985, 1988
6Positive Responses1984-1988
6Thank You Letters1985
6Advisory Board Meeting (includes speech by Lapchick)1994
6Annual Conference (includes Lapchick speeches) (6 folders)1989-1999
6California State University, Long Beach1986
Degree Completion Program
6Canadian Football League1985,1995
6Continental Basketball Association1991-1994
6Federation of Professional Athletes n.d.
6General Informationn.d., 1984-1991
Major League Baseball
6Boston Red Sox Program1984-1988
6Chicago Cubs1986-1987
6Correspondence and Proposalsn.d., 1984-1990
6Players Association1984-1994
6General Correspondence1984-1995
Player Transition Program
6General Informationn.d., 1986-1987
6Workshops (2 folders)1986-1988, 1995
6Players Association Correspondence1984-1993
6Program Proposals and Informationn.d., 1985-1995
6DePaul University Consulting Agreements1993-1994
6Fairleigh Dickinson Financial Education Program1993-1996
6General Correspondence1985-1990
6Internal Notes and Correspondence1991
6 League Charities1985-1986
6League Office Correspondence1985-1994
6Players Association1983-1995
6New England Patriots Program1984-1989
6Player Programsn.d., 1992-1995
6Program Proposals and Information1985-1992
6Boston Bruins Program1984-1988
6General Correspondence1985-1992
6League Office Correspondence1987-1995
6Loyola Marymount University Program1988
6McFadden and Tuckern.d., 1986-1989
Players Association
6Eagleson, Alan1984-1991
6Goodenow, Robert1991-1994
6Meetings and Information1986-1990
6Simpson, Sam1985-1991
6Program Proposals and Updatesn.d., 1985-1993
6Ziegler, John1984-1992
United States Olympic Committee
7Athlete Surveysn.d., 1986
7Proposals and Agreementsn.d., 1986-1987
7General Information1985-1994
National Student Athlete Day
7General (5 folders)1988-2000
7McDonalds Corporation Proposal1987
7Nike Proposal1995
7Proclamation letters 1995,1997
Newspaper Clippings1984-1989
7Southeastern Conference Partnershipn.d.
7Southern Regional Office1995-1996
7State University System of Florida1994
7Western Regional Office1994
7Academic Athletic Superfundn.d., 1989-1990
7Athletes Helping Athletes Day with Phil Espisito Foundationn.d., 1984-1985
7Athletes In Service to American.d., 1995-1997
7Boston Parks and Recreation Youth Counseling Program1988
College Student Athlete Project
7California State University, Sacramento1991
7Canisius Collegen.d., 1990
7Committee Responsibilitiesn.d.
7Florida International University1990
7MAP Data1989-1991
7NU Ad-hoc Committee on Athleticsn.d., 1988-1991
7Project Information (3 folders)n.d., 1989-1991
7University of Central Florida1991
7University of Nevada Las Vegas1991-1992
7Federal Drug Program Proposal 1987
Hoop Dreams and More
Boston Housing Authority Young Men’s League
7General Informationn.d., 1996
7Program Book1996
7Boston Housing Authority Young Women’s Leaguen.d.
7General Information1995-1996
7Lapchick Dinner Speech n.d.
7Partnership Requests1989, 1991
7Houghton Mifflin Posters1985-1988
7Jo Jo White Growth Leaguen.d., 1994
7Lessons Learned Proposal1994
7Louis Harris Study1990-1995
Mentors in Violence Protection
7Annual Report1995
7General Informationn.d., 1993-1995
7NBA Basketball and Reading Program Proposaln.d.
7National Student Athlete Games with Advantage Marketing Group n.d., 1988-1991
7Corporate Funding Proposals n.d., 1985-1989
7General Informationn.d., 1992
7Lapchick’s Correspondence1984-1987
7Lincoln-Sudbury Program Proposaln.d., 1988
7Program Evaluation1988
7Proposals to Professional Sports Leagues1986
7Session Information Sheets (2 folders)1991-1992
7Racial Report Cards: Preparation and Planning Materials (3 folders)1993-1995
7Striking a Balance Video Proposal 1991
7Student Athlete Academic Recognition1990
7ADL/A World of Difference: Correspondence and Information1990-1996
7ADL/A World of Difference: Training Materialsn.d., 1988-1992
8Campus TEAMWORKn.d., 1993
Curry Initiative
8Correspondence 1989-1990
8General Informationn.d., 1990
Diversity Training
8University Of California, San Diego1995
8University of Central Florida1992-1993
8University of Kentucky1992
8University of Maryland1991
8University of Massachusetts1993
8Funding Information1990-1994
8General Information n.d., 1991, 1995
8Human Rights Forum (includes speech by Lapchick)1995
8Human Rights Squad Manual n.d.
8Mass Teamwork Proposal 1994
8Reebok Partnership n.d., 1989-1994
8United States Olympic Committee Proposaln.d.
8Zoll, Miriamn.d., 1994-1995
Teamwork Leadership Institute
8Associated Press Editors1993
8General Informationn.d., 1993
8Major League Baseball1992
8NCAA 1993
8Proposals n.d
8Walk of Fame Proposaln.d., 1988
South Africa
8Africa Today Associates1985-1993
8American Committee on African.d., 1985-1989
8Australian Anti-Apartheid Movement1988-1989
8 Bishop Desmond Tutu Scholarship Fundn.d., 1985-1996
8Boycott Shell Committeen.d., 1988
8Governor Weld Trade Delegation1995
8HART: The New Zealand Anti-Apartheid Movement1984-1991
8International Conference on Anti-Apartheid, Lagos1988
8International Defense and Aid Fundn.d., 1986-1990
8Irish Anti-Apartheid Movementn.d., 1985
8General Information and Correspondencen.d., 1984-1995
8Macmillan Publishing Company1991
8South African Issues and Speeches n.d., 1987-1991
8Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law1985-1993
8Mandela, Nelson (includes speech by Lapchick)1985-1994
8National Sports Congress1989
Northeastern University
8Consortium on South African.d., 1993-1994
8Faculty and Staff Against Apartheidn.d., 1985
8Society Organized Against Racismn.d., 1986-1987
8Southern Africa Educational Week Proposal1985
O'Connell, Dan
8African Sportsn.d., 1987-1991
8Correspondence (3 folders)1984-1998
8Sport-Conn.d., 1984
8Rand Afrikan's University (includes speech by Lapchick)1992
8Brutus, Dennis1982-1989
8Organizational Informationn.d., 1987-1990
8Ramsay, Sam1986-1995
8SACOS Sports Festival1988
Sports Boycotts
8Athleticsn.d., 1987-1992
8Boxingn.d., 1984-1990
8Budd, Zola1984-1988
8Chessn.d., 1985-1987
8Cricketn.d., 1989-1990
9General Sportsn.d., 1986-1989
9Rugbyn.d., 1985-1990
9Bibulb, Jerome1985-1990
9Generaln.d., 1984-1990
TEAMWORK: South Africa
9Lapchick’s Correspondence and Notesn.d., 1992-1995
9Mokone, Stephen1997-1998
9NBA Visits to South Africa1990-1995
29Oversize Press Clippings1994
9Other Programsn.d., 1994-1995
9Project Informationn.d., 1992-1996
9Raji, Kunlen.d., 1991-1994
9South African Basketball Team’s U.S. Visit1995-1996
9World Teach/Scoren.d., 1991-1992
United Nations
9Centre Against Apartheid1984-1991
9International Conference Against Apartheid Sport1987
9Paris Conference Against Apartheid (includes speech by Lapchick)1985-1986
Subject Files
9Action for Boston Community Development (includes speech by Lapchick)1995
9Achilles Project and Athletes United for Peacen.d., 1984-1990
9Africa Today1993
9Ali, Muhammad (includes article by Lapchick)1998
9American Association for Higher Education1989-1990
9American Association of University Administrators1990
9American Association of University Professors1990
9American Council on Education
9Annual Conference (includes speech by Lapchick)1996
9“Educating One-Third of a Nation” Conferences1988-1989, 1997
9American Football Coaches Association (includes article by Lapchick)1996-1997
9American New Media1994
9Anti-Defamation League1997
9Aronson, Williamn.d., 1986-1990
9Association of Tennis Professionalsn.d., 1989-1991
9Athletes End of Career Transition1985-1990
9Athletic Achievement1988
9Athletic Learning Educational Training1988-1989
9Athletic Task Force for Schools in Prince George’s County, MD1986-1987
9Atlantic Coast Conference (includes speech by Lapchick)1990
9Baylor Schools1996
9Berkshire Speakers Bureau1995
9Black Athletes in America Forum1990
9Black Coaches Association: National Convention1989
9Boone, Kurt1990-1996
9The Boston Globe Foundation: Isadore Arthur Siegel Scholarship Fund Selection Committee1994-1995
9Boston Public Library1989
9Boston Public Schoolsn.d., 1990
9Boston University- Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium (includes speech by Lapchick)1985
9Bridgewater State College (includes speech by Lapchick)1985
9Canisus College (includes speech by Lapchick)1996
9Center For Accelerated Learning1985
9Center for Men’s Studies1988
9The Chautaugua Institution1988-1990
9City College (includes speech by Lapchick)1986
9Clearing Housen.d.
9Coalition of Americans to Protect Sportsn.d., 1988-1989
9College Football Association (includes speech by Lapchick)1996
9College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Workshop1985
9Commonwealth and International Conference on Sport, Physical Education, Dance, Recreation, and Health1985-1986
9Community Church of Boston1986
9Concord-Carlisle High School (includes speech by Lapchick)1996
9Conference on Opportunities Behind the Scenes in Sports1991
9Danvers Touchdown Club (includes speech by Lapchick)1987-1988
9Dartmouth College (includes speech by Lapchick)1987-1988
9General Information (includes speech by Lapchick)n.d.
9Governor’s Alliance Against Drugs: Nevada1990
9Governor’s Alliance Against Drugs: Massachusettsn.d., 1986-1988
9Duke Club of Dallas1990
9Eastern Association of College Deans1989
9Elder Sports Management and Instructional Institute1987-1989
9Foundation for Athlete Development1985
9The Foundation Center1988
9Franklin Pierce Law Center (includes speech by Lapchick)1984
9Friederichs, Donn.d.
9Gender Issues in Sports (includes speech by Lapchick)n.d., 1988-1992
9Harvard University1995
9High School Athleticsn.d., 1984-1989
10Institute for International Sportn.d., 1991, 1995
10International Association of Jewish Lawyers (includes speech by Lapchick)1995
10International Basketball League1996
10International Congress of Sports in Society1987-1988
10Issues in Professional Sports (includes article and speech by Lapchick)n.d., 1998
10Jack and Jill Quest for Excellence Program 1988-1989
Jackie Robinson Foundation
10Committee on Minorities in Sports1991-1992
10General Information1987-1992
10Scholarship Selection Committee (4 folders)1990-1994
10Jewish Community Center (includes speech by Lapchick)1994
10Kingsford-Oxford High School (includes speech by Lapchick)1996
10Kruger, Lon: Recreation Initiativen.d.
10LaGrange, GA1993-1996
10Law and Sports Course Proposal1984
10Los Angeles Amateur Athletic Foundation (includes article by Lapchick) (2 folders)n.d., 1988-1989, 1995
10Loyola Marymount University (includes speech by Lapchick)n.d., 1990
10Massachusetts Sports Injury Prevention Task Forcen.d., 1987-1989
10McIntosh Commission1994
10Milton Parent Teacher Organizationn.d., 1986
10NASSH (includes speech by Lapchick)1986
10National Association for the Advancement of Colored People1985-1994
10National Association of Basketball Coaches (includes speech by Lapchick)1986, 1996
10National Association of Secondary School Principals1985-1991
10National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (includes speech by Lapchick)1995
10National Basketball Players Association 1993
10National Center for Post secondary Governance and Finance1989-1990
10National Center for Student Retention1990-1995
10Certification1990, 1995
10Conventions (8 folders)1985-1995
10Dempsey, Cedric1994-1996
10Gender Equity Study1992
10General Correspondence1987-1996
10General Informationn.d., 1983-1991
10Graduation Rates1992
10Institutional Self-Study Requirement1990
10Interpretations Committee1995
10Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee1992
10NCAA Foundation1990-1995
10NCAA News1984, 1993
10Perko, Richard1987-1991
10Presidents Commission n.d., 1990
10Report to the Nationn.d.
10Schultz, Richard1988-1993
10National Commission on Society, Culture and Community (includes speech by Lapchick)1997
10National Conference for Blacks in Higher Education1988
10National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education1993
10The National Foundation on Counseling 1985-1986
10National School Board Association (includes article by Lapchick) n.d.
10National Sporting Goods Association1990-1991
10National Sports and Education Conference1987
10National Sports Foundationn.d., 1995
10Nature and Meaning of Sports Conference (includes speech by Lapchick)1997
10New England School Development Council (includes speech by Lapchick)n.d, 1984-1986
10New England Sports Conference on Athletes and Athletics1984
10New England Sports Museum1986-1995
11New York University1989
11Newton South High School (includes speech by Lapchick)1985
North American Society for the Sociology of Sport
11Annual Conference (10 folders)1982-1991, 1995
11General Information1984-1995
11Newsletter1984-1991, 1995
11North American Youth Sport Instituten.d., 1988-1995
11North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching1987-1988
11North Quincy High School Mascot1990-1994
11NU Conference on Sports Wagering1999
11NU National Conference on Parents as Consumers of Education1985-1986
11Old Dominion University (includes speech by Lapchick) 1988
11General 1985-1994
11National Sports Governing Bodies1986,1994
11United States Olympics Academy IX-XI (3 folders)1985-1987
11United States Olympic Committee Correspondence1985-1994
11United States Olympic Festival (2 folders)1986, 1995
11The 100% Wrong Club1989-1994
11Organization for a New Equality 1990
11Parker, Richie1995
11Penn State University 1996
11People-to-People Sports Committeen.d, 1978-1987
11Permanent Site Olympic Project1986
Phelps Stokes Fund
11An African Evening (includes speech by Lapchick)1994-1995
11Board of Trustees1992-1995
11General Information1987-1995
11Planned Learning Achievement for Youth1992-1994
11Points of Light Foundation1996-1997
11Pop Warner Football1984
11Pro-Am Financial Training Institute1988
11Project Cure1991-1993
11Proposal from “When the Game is Over”1987
11General (includes speech by Lapchick)n.d., 1987-1995
11Lapchick Articlen.d.
11NFL Hiring Practices1987
11White House Town Meeting on Race and Sports1998
11Rainbow Summit (includes speech by Lapchick)1995
11Red Auerbach Fund: Board of Directors1990-1991
11Human Rights Award1988-1991
11South Africa Task Force1989-1990
11The Right Associatesn.d., 1985-1988
11Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (includes speech by Lapchick)1997
11Robinson, Jackie1997
11Rainbow Coalition1993-1994
11St. John’s University (includes speech by Lapchick)1994
11Schaap, Dick (includes speech by Lapchick)n.d.
11Scholastic Resources Unlimited1993
11School Sports and Education Conference (includes speech by Lapchick)1984
11Seacoast Recreation1984-1985
11Seton Hall University (includes speech by Lapchick)1995-1996
11Simpson. O.J1994
11Soccer World Cup1993
11Special Olympics1987, 1994
11Sport and Leisure in Culture1987
11Sports Associationsn.d.
11“The Sport of Learning”1995-1996
11Sport Literature Association1984-1988, 1996
11Sports Media Challenge1992-1993
11Sports Perspectives International 1989-1994
11Springfield College (includes speech by Lapchick)1985
11Stanford University (includes speech by Lapchick)1994-1995
11Stanton, Roger1989
Student Athlete Academic Standards (includes articles by Lapchick) (2 folders)n.d., 1981-1995
12Student Athlete for Educational Opportunities1992-1993
12Teams and Tutors1992
12Technical Advisory Service for Attorneys1988-1994
12Teenage Pregnancy1997
12Texas Sports Law Conference1989
12USA Hockey, World Hockey Summit Trade Exposition1994
12United States House of Representatives1989, 1991
12United States House of Representative: Congressional Black Caucusn.d., 1986-1990
12United States Senate1989, 1991
12University of Central Florida1990
12University of Florida System (includes speech by Lapchick)1994
12University of Houston (includes speech by Lapchick)1986
12University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth (includes speech by Lapchick)1993
12University of Memphis (includes speech by Lapchick)1994
12University of Oklahoma Scholar-Leadership Enrichment Program (includes speech by Lapchick)1992-1994
12University of Toronto1997
12Urban League of Lexington, KY (includes speech by Lapchick)1996
12Violence Retreat1993-1994
12Walls Mentor Program1995
12Watson, Michael (includes article by Lapchick)1995-1997
12William Patterson College (includes speech by Lapchick)1984
12Women’s International Tennis Association1987-1990
Women’s Sports Foundation
12Advocacy Reports1991-1996
12Correspondencen.d, 1986-1998
12General Informationn.d.,1984-1998
12"Headways" Newsletter1985-1991
12Lopiano, Donnan.d.,1990-1998
12Minorities in Sports Report1989
12National Girls and Women in Sports Day1989-1992
12Slaner Anderson, Deborah1987-1992, 1997
12"The Women’s Sports Experience" (article by Lapchick)1992-1993, 1997
12Women’s Sports and Fitness Magazine1985-1986
12World University Games 1990, 1993
12Young Writers Institute1991-1992
12Youth Issues (includes speech by Lapchick)n.d., 1989-1995
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2. Senior Associate Director (Jose Masso), 1996-2000
Volume:.60 cubic ft.


This series documents the professional interests and CSSS activities of Jose Masso, Senior Associate Director at CSSS between 1997 and 2000. Masso had a special interest in Latinos in sports and society, and was an activist in various community organizations. Well documented CSSS programs in this series include Athletes in Service to America, Latinos in Béisbol, and Urban Youth Sports. His records include correspondence, grant proposals, evaluations of programs, plans, and surveys. The series also includes administrative records documenting CSSS operations, special events, and relationships with professional athletic teams.
28Personal Information and Correspondencen.d., 1997-1999
28Speaking Engagements1998-1999
28Annual Awards Banquet Dinner (3 folders)1996-1999
28NCAS: Development Plan by John Pruehs and Associatesn.d., 1998-1999
Athletes In Service to America
28Eckerd College Site2000
28McCabe, Bob1999
28University of Central Florida (2 folders)1999
Latinos in Béisbol
28Media Coverage1997
28Panel Discussions1997-1999
28Major League Baseball Trip to Cuba1999
Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP)
28NBA and WNBA Training1999
28SportsCAPn.d., 1999
28Teamwork Leadership Institute (TLI): MLS Diversity Workshopsn.d., 1999
Urban Youth Sports
28Boston Collaboration for Youth Physical Activity1999-2000
28Boston Youth Sports Congressn.d.
28Disability in Sports (Eli Woolf)n.d.
28Healthy Development1998
28Nubian Youth Sports and Technology Federation1999
28RBI League Trainingn.d.
28Youth Reach Program1998
Subject Files
28Boston Children's Institute Collaboration Proposal1997-1999
28Boston Museum School1999
28Cross Cultural Communications Program1996-1997
28EPIIC Collaboration Proposal1997-1999
28Gifford School Board of Directors1999-2000
28Latino Non-profit Study1999
28Massachusetts Latino Advisory Committee1999
28New England Revolution Supporters Club1999
28Pena, Carlos1997-1999
28Roundtable, Inc. Collaborative Project Proposal1999-2000
28Roxbury Community College Fundraiser1999
28SchoolSports Magazine Kick-Off Event1997
28Team Harmony1999
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3. Director of Research and Communications (Jeffrey Brown), 1986-1996
Volume:.80 cubic ft.


This series documents the activities of Jeffrey Brown, whose duties included research and communications for CSSS. Materials in this series cover a wide range of topics and projects also documented in other series. Of special interest is Brown’s work on Project TEAMWORK.
27Arnold, Fortuna, Lawner, and Cabot1993
27Ashe, Arthur: Memorial 1993
27Block, Laurie: Straight Ahead Pictures1992
27Boston Herald Op-Ed
27Campus Teamwork Proposaln.d., 1991
27Champaign News: Gazette1992
27College and University Athletic Departments of Greater Boston, Community Service and Outreach Program1993
27CSSS Program Updates1991-1992
27Fesenko, Sergi: Visit to Center1992
27General Information and Correspondence1992-1994
27Jensen, Kim: Articlesn.d., 1992
27Knight Commission1992
27Konecky, Chad: Channel 3 TV1992
27NSAD 1992 Program Series1991-1992
27Project TEAMWORK Television Series1991-1992
27NCAA Graduation Rates Study Information 1992
27NCAS Information1991
27NFL Education Program1993
27NHL Education Program1991-1992
27National Student Athlete Day (3 folders)1992-1993
Position Papers
27Proposition 48/42n.d., 1986-1991
27Annual Report1990-1991
27Article for Mass. Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance1991-1992
27Atlantic Philanthropic Funding1995-1996
27Chicago Trip1992
27Drucker Award Information1993
27Florida Trip Press Release1993
27General Correspondencen.d., 1991-1992
27General Informationn.d, 1991-1992
27Human Rights Squad Forum (2 folders)1992-1993
27Massachusetts Legislature Proposal1993
27Nike Proposal1993
27Texas Trip Press Release and Remarks1992
27Williams, Darryl1990-1991
27Racial Report Card: Design and Development (4 folders)1989-1992
27Schaap, Dick1992
27St. Louis Post: Dispatch Articlen.d.
27Transition Committee1993
27University of New Brunswick1991
27Wilson, Jim: Professional Wrestlers Advocate1992-1993
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4. Administrative, 1984-2003
Volume:2.25 cubic ft.


This series documents the everyday operations of CSSS. Included are background and organizational information, annual reports, budget and financial information, meeting minutes, correspondence, media clippings related to CSSS, proposals for small projects, and a small amount of subject files on sports-related topics, individuals, and organizations. In addition, scattered issues of CSSS publications are found here, including newsletters and the Arena Review. The Journal of Sports and Social Issues is cataloged separately and is available in both the Snell Library and the Archives. Also included in this series is biographical and professional information about personnel.
12Annual Reports (3 folders)1989-2000
12Astro, Richard1984
12Athletics Consulting Servicesn.d.
12Background Information and Objectivesn.d, 1984-1999
12Breaking the Link Projectn.d.
12Brochures and Posters (2 folders)n.d.
12Budget Informationn.d., 1984-1993
12Disney World1996-1997
12Drug Abuse Course Curriculum n.d.
12Atlantic Philanthropic Services1989-1990
12General Information1985-1998
12Golf Tournament with New England Sports Lodge1998-1999
13Immigration Reform and Control Act Compliance 1987-1988
13Induction Ceremony of New Director, Peter Roby2002-2003
29John Curry Day Proclamation1995
13Management Teamn.d, 1997
Media Clippings
13Coverage Booklets (2 folders)1984-1989
13Quotes and Coverage Notesn.d., 1984-1994
13Media Contactsn.d., 1993-1997
13Meeting Summaries1991,1996,1998
13Monthly Progress Reports1988-1998
13National Advisory Boardn.d.
13New England Patriots Multi-Dimensional Player Program1997
13Olympic Job Program1987-1990
Personnel: Biographical and Professional Information
13Andrade, Katrina1990
13Benedict, Jeff1993-1998
13Broughton, David1997-1998
13Cocuzzo, Pegn.d., 1994-1995
13Brown, Scottn.d., 1990-1991
13Crosset, Todd1992-1993
13Dawson, Linn.d., 1989-1994
13Durand, Jenningsn.d
13Ermlich, Paul1997-1999
13Eusebe, Jacques1984-1990
13Farrell, Charlesn.d., 1988-1991
13Ferestein, Junen.d., 1996-1997
13Fuller, Viviann.d.
13General n.d., 1986-1996
13Kartzman, Marsha1984
13Katz, Suzi1993-1998
13King, Michellen.d., 1995
13Kunle, Raji1991-1994
13Lee, Keith1985-1992
13Leito, Susann.d. 1997-1998
13Lypsite, Robert1984-1985, 1997
13McCabe, Robertn.d., 1993-1995
13McPherson, Donn.d., 1995-1998
13Sanders, Tom "Satch"n.d., 1984-1987
13Sokol, Sarahn.d, 1996
13Soltren, Elisa1997-1998
Taylor, Art
13Generaln.d., 1988-1995
13Media Quotes (5 folders)n.d., 1992-1999
14Zand, Adam (2 folders)1995-1999
14Bridgeport Central High School1995
14Comprehensive Community and Social Impact Programn.d.
14For a Center at New Collegen.d.
14For Profit Communications Counseling Servicen.d.
14Lessons Learned1994
14NU MBA in Sport Management1998
14The Pride of Boston Walk of Fame1988
14Sport in Society Magazine1998
14Student Athlete Academic Recognition Program (STAAR)1990
14Training and Technical Assistance Modeln.d., 1994
14Urban Scholastic Advising Project1991-1992
14Arena Review (4 folders)1982, 1985-1986, 1989-1990
14CSSS Digest (2 folders)1988-1992
14CSSS Newsletter1994-2002
14CSSS News Summary n.d., 1986-1988
14Journal of Sports and Social Issues: Advertisements (see NuCat for issues in Library’s collections)n.d., 1995
14Research Unitn.d., 1990
14Sports Careers and Beyond: Conference1998
14Staff Meetingsn.d., 1998-1999
14Staff Survey1998
Subject Files
14“Actions Speak Louder” Conference1997-1998
14Athletes and Charity Workn.d., 1999
14Athletes Helping Athletes Day1985
14Athletes as Role Models1992
14Athletes in Transition1986-1991
14Athletes and Violence1990-1991
14Coates, Ben1998
14Cordero, Will: Case Study (2 folders)1997-1998
14Dixon, Phil: Lecture1994
14Drugs and Alcohol1988-1991
14G.I.R.L.S. Speak Out '971997
14HBO Sports on the Silver Screen1997
14Martinez, Pedro1997-1998
14NCAA Standards 1988-1996
14No Pass-No Play 1986-1990
14Noble, Peter1997
14Racism in Sportsn.d.
14Women's Sports Foundationn.d. 1989
14Website Informationn.d., 1996-1997
14Video and Photo Requests1998-1999
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5. Projects, 1985-2001
Volume:4.5 cubic ft.


The project series documents the major programs of the CSSS, including: Athletes in Service to America, College Student-Athlete Project (CSAP), Hoop Dreams and More, Jo Jo White Growth League, Mentors in Violence Prevention, Outreach Program, Racial Report Card, Project TEAMWORK, Teamwork Learning Institute, and Urban Youth Sports. Records include general project information, reports, clippings, surveys and analyses, correspondence, descriptions of events, workshop curricula, and financial information.
Athletes in Service to America
22AmeriCorps Call to Service Rally1999
22AT and T Charitable Contribution1997
22Central Planning Committee1994-1995
22Correspondencen.d., 1996-1997
22Direct Application1994
22Effectiveness Evaluation1996
22General Informationn.d., 1996-1998
22Media Clippings1994-1999
22Work Plan for the Corporation for National Service1994
College Student-Athlete Project (CSAP)
22Academic Support Modelsn.d.
22Community Outreachn.d.
22Correspondence and Notesn.d., 1989-1992
22Final Report1992, 1996
22Participating Schools Meeting at NCAS Conference1990-1991
22Reports and Continuation Proposals1990-1992
22Striking a Balance Project Proposal1988-1989
22General Project Informationn.d., 1989-1993
22McCabe, Robertn.d., 1991-1992
22Responses and Summariesn.d., 1991
23Role and Responsibilities1989-1991
23Self Assessment1990-1991
NU Ad Hoc Committee on Athletes
23Final Report1990
23Policy Recommendationsn.d
23Subcommittee on Academicsn.d., 1989-1990
23Subcommittee on Athletic Directors and Coachesn.d., 1989
23Subcommittee on Presidential Responsibilityn.d., 1989
23Subcommittee on Race and Sportn.d., 1989
23Subcommittee on Recruiting and Admissionsn.d
23Subcommittee on Women’s Athleticsn.d., 1989-1990
23Schools: Non-Participating Schools1989-1991
23Third Year Program Model1993
Year One
23Canisius College1989-1991
23DePaul University1989-1991
23Florida International University1989-1990
23Loyola Marymount University1990
23Virginia Commonwealth1989-1990
Year Two
23University of Central Floridan.d., 1990-1991
23Fordham University1990-1991
23Texas A and Mn.d., 1990-1991
Year Three
23University of California at Davis1991-1992
23Georgia Tech1992
23University of Kentuckyn.d., 1991-1993
23University of Maryland 1990-1991
23University of Nebraskan.d., 1990-1992
23University of North Carolinan.d., 1992-1993
23Seattle Universityn.d., 1991-1992
23Southern Methodist Universityn.d., 1991-1992
23University of Texasn.d. 1990-1992
Hoop Dreams and More
23Coaching Manuals and Scouting Reportsn.d., 1994
East Boston
23Field Testn.d.
23Scouting Report1994
23Segment I-VI (6 folders)1994
23Educational Outreach and Overviewn.d.
23Facilitators Discussion Guiden.d.
23Fast Break Basketball Camp for Young Women1996
23Final Report Evaluation1996
23General Informationn.d., 1994-1995
29Hoop Dreams Day Proclamation1995
23Media Clippings1995-1996
23PBS Broadcast Information1995
23Teacher’s Guiden.d.
24Jo Jo White Growth League
24All-Star Weekend (3 folders)1994-1996
24Awards Luncheon1997
24Boston Schools League (2 folders)n.d., 1996-1997
24Charity Challenge II1997
24Children Services of Roxbury Camp1997
24“City Surfing” Proposaln.d.
24Disney World Trip1997
24Donnelly, Lisa: Biographical Information and Correspondence1996-1997
24Financial Correspondence and Datan.d., 1995-1997
24Media Clippingsn.d, 1996-1997
24Meeting Notes1997
24National Title Sponsor Programn.d.
24Project Informationn.d., 1997
24RoxComp Collaboration1997
24Sponsors (2 folders)1995-1997
Taking No Shorts
24Easter Basket Donations1997
24NBA Hall of Fame Trip1997
24Ultimate Basketball Camp1997
24White, Jo Jo: Biographies, Correspondence, and Appearancesn.d., 1995-1997
Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP)
24ESPN SportsZone Showdown about Athletes and Violence1996
24Hurt, Byronn.d, 1994-1996
24Institute for Gender Violence Prevention and Education2001
24Katz, Jackson1995-1999
Liz Claiborne PSA
24College Football Association Correspondence1996
24Conference Call Agendas and Minutes1996
24General Correspondence1995-1997
24Job Description and Project Notesn.d.
24Media Clippings1996-1997
24Media Correspondence1996
24Progress Reports1996
24Public Service Announcement 1996
24School and Stadium Information1996
24Student-Athletesn.d., 1996-1997
24Mclean, Miles2000
24McPherson, Donald1997-1999
24Project Information and Media Articlesn.d., 1994-1999
24Project Proposalsn.d., 1992-1994
24Correspondencen.d., 1986-1994
24“Drugs Hurt Everyone” Pamphletn.d.
24Elliot, Tony (2 folders)n.d., 1986-1989
24Funding Informationn.d., 1985
24Jacobs, Reginan.d, 1987-1990
24Lee, Keith (2 folders)n.d., 1985-1989
24Mailing list1989-1990
24Moore, Steve1985-1986
24Program Evaluation1988
24Project Informationn.d., 1986-1996
24Sanders, Tom “Satch”n.d., 1985-1987
24Van Lier, Normann.d, 1991
24Weathers, Robertn.d., 1988
24Workshops (2 folders)n.d., 1986-1992
24, 25Racial Report Card (20 folders)1989-1998, 2001
25Racial Report Card: Microfilms1996-1997
29Racial Report Card: Oversize Press Clippings1990
25‘A World of Difference’ Seminar at Reebok1991-1992
25Alimo, Craig1994
25Application for Peter F. Drucker Foundation Award1993
25Athletes Against Violence Initiative1993
25Corporate Prospectsn.d.
25Correspondencen.d., 1990-1997
Human Rights Squad
25Informationn.d., 1991-1997
25Manual Informationn.d.
25, 26Human Rights Squad Forum (10 folders)1992-2001
26Louis Harry Survey (4 folders)1990-1994
26Media Clippings1990-1999
26Milton Youth Department Proposaln.d.
26Project Brochures1992-1996
26Project Informationn.d., 1990-1994
26Project Reports1990-1992
26Reebok Partnershipn.d., 1990
26Reaching Out to Make a Changen.d.
26Senators Kerry and Bradley at Hennigan School1996
26Summer of Safety Programn.d.
26Workshops (22 folders)
Team Leaders Institute (TLI)
26Albany Medical College Proposaln.d.
26Athletic Management Magazine Article1996
26Big West Conference Proposal n.d.
26Boston College (2 folders)n.d., 1995-1996
26Major League Soccer1999
26MIT (3 folders)1994
26NCAA Proposal n.d.
26Office for Civil Rightsn.d, 1979-1980, 1990, 1994
26Presentation to the Associated Press Editors1993
26Project Informationn.d. 1999
26University of Houston1993-1994
26University of Kansas (2 folders)1994
26University of Kentucky (2 folders)1994
26UMASS (3 folders)n.d., 1993
27University of Nebraska1994
27Vanderbilt University1994
Urban Youth Sports
27Boston Red Sox RBI Programn.d., 1994-1996
27Boston Youth Sports Congress (2 folders)1997-1998
27Generaln.d, 1997-1998
27“Jump Up and Go” Awareness Campaignn.d., 1998
27“Youth Sports, a Safe Haven From Substance Abuse?” Conference1997
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6. Development and Marketing, 1994-1998
Volume:.25 cubic ft.


This series includes records concerning CSSS’s funding, development, and marketing efforts, as well as its relationships with various corporations and foundations. Records are organized alphabetically by company and include funding proposals and agreements, correspondence, and marketing deals.
15American Airlines1996-1997
15ATP Tour: Tim Mayotte1996
15Boston Academy of Women Achievers1996
15Boston Celtics1996
15Boston Red Sox1996
15Cone Communication: Burger King College Football Program 1996
15Conventures Inc. 1996
15Donor and Prospective Donor List1995-1996
15Ferestein, June: Marketing Updates 1996
15Fleet Bank1996
15Game Plan LLC1994-1998
15Hard Rock Cafe1996
15Haboro, Inc.: Children’s Foundationn.d., 1996
15Lotus Development Corporation1996
15Mahoney, Hawkes, and Goldings 1996
15Muller Sports Group 1996
15Narragansett Group1996
15New England Development1996
15Niken.d., 1996
15Scott M. Black Chair in Sport and Social Issues1998
15Sports Channel1996
15WBZ TV Channel 41996
15WEEI Sports Radio1996
15Weller, O'Sullivan, Zuckerman, and Lightcap: Coca-Cola Pitch (2 folders)n.d., 1996
15WILD Radio1996
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7. Annual Awards Banquet and Hall of Fame, 1985-2001
Volume:1 cubic ft.


This series includes records concerning the Annual Awards Banquet, inductions into the Hall of Fame, the Excellence in Sports Journalism Awards, the silent auction, and other CSSS events.
151985-1986, 1988-1993 Awards Banquets (8 folders)1985-1993
1994 Awards Banquet
15Fund Raising1994
15Hall of Fame Inductee: Muhammad Ali1994
151995 Awards Banquet1995
15Hall of Fame Inductee: Red Auerbach1995
1996 Awards Banquet
15Excellence in Journalism Awards1996
15Hall of Fame Inductee: Wilma Rudolph1996
15Letter From President Clinton1996
15Silent Auction1996
1997 Awards Banquet
15Excellence in Journalism Awards1997
15Hall of Fame Inductee: Jackie Robinson1997
151998 Awards Banquet1998
15Hall of Fame Inductee: Arthur Ashe1998
1999 Awards Banquet
15General (2 folders)1999
16Excellence in Journalism Awards1999
16Hall of Fame Inductee: Rafer Johnson1999
162000-2001 Awards Banquets (2 folders)2000-2001
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8. National Consortium for Academics and Sports, 1984-2002
Volume:7.6 cubic ft.

Arranged into 3 subseries: A. Administration; B. Member Correspondence; C. National Student Athlete Day.

This series documents activities and relationships of NCAS and is divided into three sub-series. Sub-series A. Administration includes records documenting the operation of NCAS. It contains annual reports, meeting minutes, and information about the organization, its annual conferences, the degree completion program, regional offices, and related subjects. Sub-series B. Member Correspondence contains record of the communications between NCAS office and member schools and conferences. The correspondence deals with topics such as membership, projects, degree completion, and academic standards. Sub-series C. National Student Athlete Day (NSAD) documents NSAD events, the individuals and schools involved, and the Giant Steps Awards.
A. Administration
16Advisory Board Meeting (2 folders)1988-1989
16Annual Conferences (23 folders)1986-2002
16Annual Reports (9 folders)1984-1999
16Creative Arts Team- Home Court Proposal1987-1988
Degree Completion Program
16The Bridge Coursen.d., 1985-1990
16CBA Player Education Program1992-1994
16General n.d., 1984
16NBA/NBPA Continuing Education Programn.d., 1995-1996
16NFL Education Program n.d., 1995
16NHL Education Program n.d.
16News Clippings1984-1999
16Financial Audit1996
16Gender Violence Zero-Tolerance Resolution 1996
17General Information1985-1998
17Membership Informationn.d., 1989-1997
17Membership Maps and Directoriesn.d., 1987-2000
17Offices (3 folders)n.d., 1990-1996
17Curry, Billn.d., 1998
17Gutlon, Pamela1990-1995
17Pasnak, Annn.d, 1987-1990
17Points of Light1997
17Program Coordinator Handbooksn.d
17School Annual Reports (3 folders)1988-1989, 1994
17School Annual Reports Procedures n.d.
17Sponsorship Opportunitiesn.d.
B. Member Correspondence
17A (2 folders)1985-1996
17University of Alberta 1984-1993
17Atlantic 10 Conferencen.d.
17Atlantic Coast Conference1989-1990
17B (2 folders)1984-1996
17Boston College1986-1996
17Bridgewater State College1985-1995
17Big East Conference1985-1989
17Big Eight Conference1989
17Big Ten Conference1987-1989
17Big West Conference1989-1994
17C (6 folders)1984-1999
17University of California Berkley1985-1994
17California State University Long Beach 1985-1994
17California State University Sacramento1987-1995
17Canisius College (3 folders)1987-1997
18University Central Florida (2 folders)1985-1999
18Cleveland State University1986-1993
18University of Connecticut (2 folders)1985-1999
18University of Colorado1986-1994
18D (2 folders)1985-1996
18University of Denver 1984-1995
18Depaul University (2 folders)1985-1997
18University of Detroit1985-1995
18Duquesne University1985-1996
18F ( 2 folders)1984-1997
18Fordham University (2 folders)1985-1994
18G (2 folders)1984-1996
18Georgetown University1985-1994
18George Washington University1989-1994
18University of Georgia (2 folders)1989-1996
18Great Midwest Conference1991
19University of Houston1985-1997
19Indiana University1985-1995
19Indiana University at Purdue University at Indianapolis1985-1994
19Ithaca College (3 folders)1984-1996
19University of Kentucky1985-1996
19L (2 folders)1985-1996
19Loyola Marymount University (2 folders)1987-1995
19M (3 folders)1984-1999
19University of Maryland (2 folders)1985-1997
19Michigan State University (2 folders)1985-1994
19Missouri-St. Louis, University of1984-1996
19Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference1989-1994
19Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference1987-1988
19Midwestern Collegiate Conference1992
20N (3 folders)1984-2000
20University of Nebraska (3 folders)1985-1999
20University of Nevada Las Vegas (3 folders)1984-1996
20University of Nevada Reno ( 2 folders)1985-1998
20New York University1985-1996
20University of North Carolina1985-1997
20O (2 folders)1985-1997
20Ohio Valley Conference1994
20Patriot League1991
20Peach Belt Athletic Conference1991
20Pennsylvania State University (2 folders)1988-1999
20University of Rhode Island1987-1999
20S (4 folders)1984-1997
21University of Sacred Heart1995-1996
21St. John University1984-1995
21St. Thomas College1986-1994
21University of San Francisco1985-1996
21Seattle University1985-1995
21Seton Hall University1985-1995
21University of South Carolina1985-1994
21University of Southern California1985-1994
21Southeastern Conference (3 folders)1989-1994
21Southland Conference1990-1991
21Southwest Athletic Conference1988-1993
21Sun Belt Conference1989-1992
21Sunshine State Conference 1991
21T (2 folders)1984-1994
21Temple University1984-1993
21University of Tennessee1984-1993
21University of Texas Arlington1987-1992
21University of Texas Austin1987-1994
21V 1985-1997
21University of Virginia Commonwealth1986-2000
21W (2 folders)1984-2000
21West Coast Conference1989
21West Virginia University1987-1994
C. National Student Athletic Day (NSAD)
22Proposals1991, 1995
22Announcements and Media1988
22Correspondence and Notes1988
22Giant Steps Awards1988
22State Proclamations1988
22Advantage Marketing Groups Proposals1989
22Announcements and Media1989
22Conference on the Inner-city Student-Athlete1989
22Correspondence and Notes1989
22Giant Steps Awards1989
22, 29State Proclamations (2 folders)1989
22Boston Technical High School1990
22Giant Steps Awards1990
22, 29State Proclamations (2 folders)1990
22Events of the Day1991
22Giant Steps Awards1991
22, 29State Proclamations (2 folders)1991
22Event at University of St. Thomas, Minnesota1992
22Events of the Day1992
22Giant Steps Awards (2 folders)1992
22Letter From President Bush1992
22State Proclamations1992
22Giant Steps Awards1993
29State Proclamations1993
22Giant Steps Awards1994
29State Proclamations1994
22Giant Steps Awards1995
29State Proclamations1995
22Giant Steps Awards1996
22Letter from President Clinton1996
22Giant Steps Awards1997
22Massachusetts Student-Athlete Citizenship Awards1997
29State Proclamations1997
22Giant Steps Awards1998
22Massachusetts Student-Athlete Citizenship Awards1998
22Giant Steps Awards1999
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9. Audio-Visual and Computing Media , 1990-1996
Volume:.1 cubic ft.


This series contains audio-visual material produced by or about CSSS. There are four VHS videotapes and six cassette tapes. Three videotapes show REL discussing the role of sports in society. The fourth videotape was produced by CSSS and the Continental Basketball Association (CBA) as a player education program. Four of the cassettes include interviews and previews from the 1994 Awards Banquet. Another cassette tape features REL on WBUR’s radio show “Only A Game” discussing athletes leaving school before they graduate. The last cassette tape includes Jose Masso discussing Mike Tyson and the role of sensationalism in the media.
Audio Tapes
Annual Awards Banquet 19941994
28Andelman, Eddie Interviewing Rachel Robinson11/2/1994
28Arnold, Dale interviewing Dick Schaap11/1/1994
28“Only A Game” on WBUR: Banquet Preview10/29/1994
28“Only A Game” on WBUR: Banquet Review11/5/1994
28“Only A Game” on WBUR, Leaving School Early for Pro Sports, Lapchick Guest4/27/1996
28“The Sports Huddle” on WMAQ Chicago, Jose Masso Guest7/1/1997
28Unidentified Macintosh Computer Disksn.d.
Video Tapes
28“The Black Athlete: Winners of Losers in Academia”4/18/1990
28CBA Player Education Programn.d.
28Monitor News: from the Christian Science Monitor1991
28“Sports vs. Sportsmanship” on PBS’s Think Tank6/27/1996
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