'Red Sox Nation' faces competition from a likely source

Red Sox Nation, a First Year Seminar taught by Professor of History Margaret Creighton in Pettengill Hall. Students seated around the seminar table, starting to the right of Creighton:</p>
<p>Tom Finkenstaedt (white shirt, crew cut)<br />
Ryan Pitcairn (white shirt, gelled hair)<br />
Kristina Tobin (green T)<br />
Thomas Deegan (red head, maroon stripes)<br />
Simmons Borchert (blue hat)<br />
Brian Goldberg (Packer T)<br />
Hope Staneski (white scoop neck)<br />
Ekiav Levy (glasses, green stripes)<br />
Britty Barnett (rugby shirt)<br />
Will Furbush (blue shirt)<br />
Lucas Denning (Detroit hat, dark blue shirt)<br />
Tom Boniface (with laptop)<br />
Demmitrios Gatzogiannis (green stripes)<br />
Mike Massare (Phillies hat)<br />
Cameron Evans (red head, red shirt)

“Red Sox Nation,” a course taught by Professor of History Margaret Creighton, uses the Olde Towne Team to discuss issues like race, class and gender in America.

According to The Chronicle of Higher Education, the Sox class now has academic competition from a likely source: the New York Yankees.

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