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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 02, 2023

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Charlie Griffen

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At private institutions, especially those with religious affiliations, faith is an integral part of the school’s history and everyday life.
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At private institutions, especially those with religious affiliations, faith is an integral part of the school’s history and everyday life.
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But, given the disproportionate landscape of the NCAA and its revenue, the athletes who have the potential and talent to make money deserve to do so.
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But, given the disproportionate landscape of the NCAA and its revenue, the athletes who have the potential and talent to make money deserve to do so.
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This week, the governing bodies will vote on legislation that would put further restrictions on graduate transfers.
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This week, the governing bodies will vote on legislation that would put further restrictions on graduate transfers.
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Certainly, the controversy will find its way into games one way or another, but if we have the ability to ensure fair outcomes of games, we should take full advantage.
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Certainly, the controversy will find its way into games one way or another, but if we have the ability to ensure fair outcomes of games, we should take full advantage.
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Ultimately, the consequences fall on the universities themselves for allowing these practices in the first place. The implicated athletic departments shot themselves in the foot through their lack of accountability and inability to comply with their own standards.
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Ultimately, the consequences fall on the universities themselves for allowing these practices in the first place. The implicated athletic departments shot themselves in the foot through their lack of accountability and inability to comply with their own standards.
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I mean think about it — upsets have become such a large part of the tournament that the NCAA has built a billion-dollar brand off of them. Simply, there would be no March Madness without the “madness” of upsets
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I mean think about it — upsets have become such a large part of the tournament that the NCAA has built a billion-dollar brand off of them. Simply, there would be no March Madness without the “madness” of upsets
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ESPN is trying to help the cause and announced at the start of this year that it would be broadcasting more than 800 games this season — more than any other network.
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ESPN is trying to help the cause and announced at the start of this year that it would be broadcasting more than 800 games this season — more than any other network.
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While many people doubt the ability of young college students to sustain being multisport athletes in these modern times, it’s clear that if you want to make it happen, you can. It takes a level of passion, determination and, of course, natural athletic ability to fit the bill, though.
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While many people doubt the ability of young college students to sustain being multisport athletes in these modern times, it’s clear that if you want to make it happen, you can. It takes a level of passion, determination and, of course, natural athletic ability to fit the bill, though.
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Why is the university clinging to monuments of symbols representing an unrecognized country that failed more than 150 years ago and directly opposed many of the foundations of democracy the Constitution was founded on?
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Why is the university clinging to monuments of symbols representing an unrecognized country that failed more than 150 years ago and directly opposed many of the foundations of democracy the Constitution was founded on?
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While it seems that the NCAA has done a good job so far of preventing any serious scandals relating to this topic, its job of preserving the integrity of its sponsored sports will only get harder as more and more states make the move to legalize sports betting.
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While it seems that the NCAA has done a good job so far of preventing any serious scandals relating to this topic, its job of preserving the integrity of its sponsored sports will only get harder as more and more states make the move to legalize sports betting.
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