Andrus Center Conference on Women and Leadership Now Available on Podcast

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(Left) Olympic swimmer Mike Bruner, Karen Crouse and coach Bill Rose holding the eighth-grade magazine project that launched Crouse's life of writing. (Right) Crouse, and her signature pants, in Boise. - DOUG MILLS, THE NEW YORK TIMES/HARRISON BERRY
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  • (Left) Olympic swimmer Mike Bruner, Karen Crouse and coach Bill Rose holding the eighth-grade magazine project that launched Crouse's life of writing. (Right) Crouse, and her signature pants, in Boise.

If you missed the Conference on Women and Leadership at Boise State University in September, the Andrus Center has your fix.

The Andrus Center has put key moments from the conference onto podcasts, which are available on the Andrus iTunes channel

From the audience singing along with Morgan Stanley Vice Chair and Managing Director Carla Harris to former United States Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor roasting moderator David Adler, good times were had at the conference, but also insights into sexism in the workplace and the emerging culture of women in positions of power.

During the conference, Boise Weekly got a chance to sit down with New York Times sports reporter Karen Crouse, who discussed male-only sports clubs, how to write about sports that appeals to women, humanizing athletes and why she sometimes wears "crazy pants."