What I Won’t Do For My Friends – Don Meyer
• I won’t steal for my friends.
• I won’t cheat for my friends.
• I won’t act dumb for my friends. 67 more words
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Temple University announced today that it will reduce the number of its intercollegiate athletic programs by seven, effective July 1, 2014. The action will mean a better and more sustainable experience for its remaining student-athletes and bring Temple into line with most other schools in The American Athletic Conference. 703 more words
Mental health within athletics
Athletes, while exceling at a physically difficult task and/or having celebrity status, are not immune to mental health disorders. In actuality, they may be more likely to suffer from certain mental health disorders because of the circumstances that they regularly endure, the multiple physical and situational traumas they sustain, and their unique stressors. 378 more words
Relationships between students and faculty differ from secondary education to post-secondary education, due to the fact that relationships tend to be more sensitive. For example, in an educational institution that provides a secondary level education, the teachers will generally have a high tolerance level for the lack of respect that the students may demonstrate. 545 more words
Although sports are a great way to bring people together, it can also cause tension on college campuses. At many universities, sports can take over the campus. 383 more words
After weeks of interviews with different sports teams, we took it upon ourselves to do research on the topic of how music affects the brain and athletic performance to prove that it is not only a mere myth. 500 more words