I used to work for Abercrombie & Fitch back when conditions were far from ideal. I was hired right out of college in early 2002 at an all-comers job fair where my “collegiate” and “quality” (i.e., white and ripped) looks drew instant attention from a recruiter. I was thrown into a busy store with zero… Continue reading A Conversation with Todd Corley
Author: Oliver Lee Bateman
Oliver Lee Bateman is a lawyer and a professor of history. His writing has appeared in The Atlantic, Salon, Mic, Al Jazeera America, and VICE.
Only a Game
How can anybody hope to tell the story of Allen Iverson, a man whose life was all style, a man whose performances were indelible and whose failures are forgettable? There have been some strong efforts, some “college tries” (Iverson’s own college try ended with him as the leading scorer in Georgetown Hoyas history, at 22.9… Continue reading Only a Game