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  • For Years, Division I Athletes Have Been Pouring Their Hearts Out Day After Day, Week After Week, To Protect The Pride And Tr - 1,780 words
    For years, Division I athletes have been pouring their hearts out day after day, week after week, to protect the pride and tradition of their universities. With television contracts and shoe deals alone, the athletes are really bringing in the money and other forms of revenue. Sure, you can say that the typical athletes scholarship is enough to compensate, but are they? A true athlete plays the game simply because he loves it. When youre at the Division I level of sports, it is more or less a business and it is their job to make money for the school. Also, these athletes give up many freedoms. For a given number of hours per week, they give their blood, sweat, and tears just to play a sixty- ...
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  • Hitler - 1,294 words
    ... bility in government. A group of men close to the president, including former chancellor Papen, and some powerful industrialists, now believed that Hitler and the Nazis would have to be brought into the government. Hindenburg finally appointed Hitler chancellor on the 30th of January 1933, after refusing him in August 1932. In the cabinet only three of the eleven posts were given to Nazis, and Papen was appointed vice cancellor. Hitler's New Germany Hitler's first step of being chancellor was to call for elections to be held in the March of 1933. Before the elections were held, however, on the 27th of February a week before the election the Reichstag burnt down. A Dutch communist, Marinu ...
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  • Reproductive Medicine - 1,047 words
    ... nds? Reproductive Medicine on the Ethical Frontier I love kids and I always wanted to have them. They said theyd tried it in sheep and it worked. Stacie McBain was recently diagnosed with cancer at the age of 20. Doctors told her that the treatment she would undergo will ultimately leave her infertile. In light of this devastating news was an experimental procedure that had given Stacie the chance to become a mother. Her wish was no longer in the hands of God, but in the technology discovered by a doctor. Such experimental operations have occurred across the globe for over a decade, placing fertility procedures in the eye of an ethical storm (Meyer 94). The question remains are doctors ...
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  • With Millions Of Dollars In Merchandising And Television Contracts At Stake, Colleges Have A Lot Of Money Riding On The Recru - 987 words
    With millions of dollars in merchandising and television contracts at stake, colleges have a lot of money riding on the recruitment, education, and performanceboth on and off the field-- of college athletes. Colleges lure the athletes to their school, and make sure they meet the eligibility requirements when there. In order for athletes to be eligible to play in college they must attain a minimum of a 2.0 GPA in 11 designated courses, and earn a combined 700 on the SATs. Athletes must also meet the schools requirements, normally a 2.0 GPA. With so much at stake, some colleges often go too far, by providing players with personal tutors, who often do work for the players, and pressuring teache ...
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