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Big Tech: The Good, The Bad, and The Antitrust Argument

However, for all the good these companies have done for us, their dominating nature provides the opportunity to completely control innumerable aspects of our lives with no consequences for their actions – something that should also be considered.

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Views on Operation Varsity Blues from an Ivy League Student-Athlete

I completely relish my identity as an athlete, but I am a student first. That’s why the stories of parents and counselors photoshopping kids onto water polo players, football kickers, and rowers alike, and bribing coaches and athletics officials to have their “student-athletes” admitted to college leaves me feeling disgusted.

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When Reading Between the Lines Isn’t Enough

Nonetheless, I have learned first-hand that the number of complexities involved in remedying educational inequality has less to do about numbers and more about the context within the communities where this money is given.

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The Status of NFL Contracts

In every single [football] game, there is a chance that it will be a players’ last. For this reason, it has become a source of great contention and frustration throughout the players’ union that not all NFL contracts are guaranteed.

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