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Gender is a spectrum: an experience on being non-binary and how to be more inclusive

By Lucy Brown

How does the language we use on the field make playing ultimate unsafe for some people? Lucy Brown, a non-binary trans person, discusses their experience and how we can take concrete steps to using more inclusive language.

Miranda Roth Knowles.

Miranda Roth Knowles.

ultimate: past, present, and future

By Miranda Roth Knowles

Miranda Roth Knowles, Callahan winner, world champion, elite player, and now coach, discusses her experiences in ultimate and her hopes for the future

 
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the power of one

by sarah lemanski

Sarah Lemanski, coach of University of Pittsburgh Hot Metal, talks about the importance of having female coaches and the long-term benefits a coach can have on a player

 
(Carrie Edwards Kretschmer)

(Carrie Edwards Kretschmer)

college sectionals coverage

See who is continuing on in the postseason and who is going home! Articles are written by guest contributors.

Jesse Shofner (Burt Granofsky, UltiPhotos)

Jesse Shofner (Burt Granofsky, UltiPhotos)

From nashville to the world and back again: an interview with jesse shofner

By Laurel Oldershaw

Jesse Shofner, the first girl to score a goal in the AUDL, reflects on the many teams she has played on from high school to the pros. The NUL got an up close and personal side of her to find out how she gets pumped up for games, the story of her spikes, and what she really learned from Oregon Fugue.

WHAT COMES AFTER THE VISION TOUR? A REPORT BACK FROM SEATTLE

BY ALYSSA KELLY

USA Ultimate traveled across the country receiving feedback from communities in their Vision Tour. After a widely publicized speech by Hana Kawai, and visible efforts from USAU to try to improve their relationship with members, what comes next?

Bert Abbott (Taylor Nguyen, UltiPhotos)

Bert Abbott (Taylor Nguyen, UltiPhotos)

DON'T BLAME, REFRAME: BUILDING A NEW PERSPECTIVE IN MIXED

By Bert abbott

Bert Abbott, a captain of Seattle Mixtape and the Seattle Cascade Cup team, reflects on her work for gender equity in mixed and how we can make improvements by changing our perspective. 

What You Can Do Today: Tips on Gender Equity for Mixed Ultimate Players

By Natalie Jamerson

Here are some simple steps for teams to make to ensure their teams are more equitable. It's a great time to check these tips out, especially as the summer season begins to ramp up!