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In honor of National Girls and Women in Sports Day, Wellesley College will host a panel discussion marking 40 years of Title IX at 7 p.m. Feb. 13 in Diana Chapman Walsh Alumnae Hall. The federal Title IX regulations against sex discrimination opened the doors for women in athletics. Speakers at the free program will include three-time Olympian and international soccer star Kristine Lilly; former Olympic rower and noted sports psychologist Amy Baltzell; former Sports Illustrated writer Melissa Ludtke; and the founder and editor of FairGameNews.com, Laura Pappano. For details, visit www.wellesleyblue.com/titleix.

- Evan Allen

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