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Articles and Information

A new book by Sociologist C.J. Pascoe looks at what frightens secondary school boys the most: being called a fag.

A look at the question: what makes you gay?

LA Times staff writer David Wharton takes a look at the emerging generation of young, out gay athletes, including rower Lucas Goodman

Making plans for university but unsure if you should mix rowing with studies? There’s room for both in this special Rowing News essay - To Row or To Study

The very real anxieties that teenagers confront as they come out earlier.

An Aussie Outlook: despite everything, this is the best time in history to be either female or gay....

We support the UK Amateur Rowing Association Young People Good Practice In Rowing Code of Conduct.

Check out THE hot rowing movie this spring: Summer Storm.

Teenagers listen to a high school soccer coach talk about homosexuality in sports.

Email from a very proud and excited Mom in Canada.

The most discussed secret in women’s college recruitment.


College Scholarship Guide

A little more out of date (published in 2001) but still very useful - This is the definitive guide to US collegiate rowing programs and covers more than 300 NCAA Division I, II, III, NAIA and NJCAA college and university programs. It covers admissions requirements, types of degrees offered, scholarships available, financial aid, and collegiate coaching information.