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Priority on Sports an Issue Even at Smaller Colleges

Too often in the last decade, the spending by colleges and universities for new jobs and the like has either stayed steady or gone down. That is, except for sports.

Far too many Americans are still reluctant to confront in an honest and direct manner the topic of race.

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Is the NCAA running anything but a legal sweat shop?

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The Pew Research Center Study did in fact confirm that millennials are the most diverse, pluralistic group of people in American history.

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With the NCAA making a profit of more than one billion dollars a year, I’ve got nothing against the unionization of student-athletes.

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One aspect that I try to instill in my students is that very little that is accomplished is done so alone

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You may not like Harvard because it busted your bracket going for the fake Buffet Billions. Even non-math types knew there was a statistical joke going on with Buffet having the edge. You hit a 1 in 9.2 quintillion shot and Buffet only pays you a billion? Sucker. It makes the lottery seem reasonable. And […]

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Black and Latino males need to graduate, and we’re failing at getting them to the stage.

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Keisha Rogers is a 37-year-old Black political activist from Texas who is running for the U.S Senate representing the state’s 22nd congressional district.

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Affirmative Action foes are using intimidation and harassment tactics to scare anyone who might support SCA5, namely by calling them racists.

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