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The sports information family at a Furman football game: (left to right) Hayden Paré, Jackson Paré, Alexander Reid, (back row) Jay Caskey, William Caskey.

How are women faring in the field of sports information these days, especially the Moms who have to coordinate carpools and dinners around their busy sports schedules? Julie Paré, assistant sports information director at Furman, explains how she manages life at work and at home in an article for CoSIDA 360 Magazine. Paré, whose husband, Chris, also works in Furman’s athletic department, wrote a separate article for the magazine that gets more specific about the various challenges (scroll down to the sixth story on the page).

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