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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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California state senators Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, and Steven Bradford, D-Gardena, announced Monday that they would be moving the effective date of the Fair Pay to Play Act to Sept. 1.
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California state senators Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, and Steven Bradford, D-Gardena, announced Monday that they would be moving the effective date of the Fair Pay to Play Act to Sept. 1.
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SB 206, which mandates college athletes be allowed to profit from their image and likeness, could mean a revival of the NCAA Football videogame series.
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SB 206, which mandates college athletes be allowed to profit from their image and likeness, could mean a revival of the NCAA Football videogame series.
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On Feb. 4, the “Fair Pay to Play Act” was first read in the California State Assembly’s Committee on Rules — it has come a long way since then.
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On Feb. 4, the “Fair Pay to Play Act” was first read in the California State Assembly’s Committee on Rules — it has come a long way since then.
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The current system of college and professional athletics is untenable; the only solution is dismantling and rebuilding the system.
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The current system of college and professional athletics is untenable; the only solution is dismantling and rebuilding the system.
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The NCAA Board of Governors released a statement directing all NCAA divisions to begin drafting new rules regarding student-athlete naming rights.
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The NCAA Board of Governors released a statement directing all NCAA divisions to begin drafting new rules regarding student-athlete naming rights.
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College athletes have brought in billions of dollars to campuses — some even risk their lives to play their sports. These students are forced to compromise on academics and financial stability to support their campus. They deserve fair compensation for these sacrifices — and if the NCAA won’t allow campuses to pay student-athletes, it should, at the very least, permit athletes the right to be compensated through sponsorships.
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College athletes have brought in billions of dollars to campuses — some even risk their lives to play their sports. These students are forced to compromise on academics and financial stability to support their campus. They deserve fair compensation for these sacrifices — and if the NCAA won’t allow campuses to pay student-athletes, it should, at the very least, permit athletes the right to be compensated through sponsorships.
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