COVID-19: The Fall Of High School Sports UPDATED

Written By Jamir Harris COVID has changed the landscape of high school sports and has impacted the preparation of high school seasons. In March of 2020, the coronavirus pandemic stopped all sports at every level. After eight months of coaches sitting on their living room couches, pondering about how and when their team’s high schoolContinue reading “COVID-19: The Fall Of High School Sports UPDATED”

COVID-19: The Fall of High School Sports

Written By: Jamir Harris Time flies when you’re having fun, but when life isn’t progressing the way you thought, father time moves slow which allows anxiousness and frustration to evolve. After eight months of coaches sitting on their living room couches, pondering about how and when their team’s high school season would begin, the stayContinue reading “COVID-19: The Fall of High School Sports”

African American Athletes Discuss The Significance of Their Vote

Written By: Jamir Harris As November 3, 2020 approaches the citizens of the United States of America are casting their votes to crown the country’s leader for the next four years. Reasons vary on why people choose to vote, however, more times than not the reason behind the vote tally will go unnoticed. The blackContinue reading “African American Athletes Discuss The Significance of Their Vote”

The Debate: The U.S. Senate Committee engages in the pay for play discussion (UPDATED)

U.S. Senate committee members and invited witnesses debated on whether college athletes should be paid in a full hearing on September 16, 2020. A college student athlete is a participant in an organized competitive sport sponsored by the institution in which the student is enrolled. The hearing was led by chairman senator Alexander who wasContinue reading “The Debate: The U.S. Senate Committee engages in the pay for play discussion (UPDATED)”

The Mind Games of COVID-19: Student Athletes Face Mental Health Struggles UPDATED

Written by Jamir Harris College sports has taken a major financial hit during the six months pause from real life as we all knew it. College athletes were deeply affected by the coronavirus not only physically, but emotionally and psychologically as well. There is so much uncertainty surrounding whether or not student athletes will beContinue reading “The Mind Games of COVID-19: Student Athletes Face Mental Health Struggles UPDATED”

The Mental Struggles of Student Athletes Points in The Direction of COVID-19

Written by Jamir Harris The COVID-19 pandemic has taken the entire world by surprise and has altered the lives of many. College sports have taken a major financial hit during the 6 months pause from real life as we all knew it. College athletes were deeply affected by the coronavirus not only physically, but emotionallyContinue reading “The Mental Struggles of Student Athletes Points in The Direction of COVID-19”

The Debate: Compensating the Student Athlete

Energy in the room was infectious as the U.S. Senate committee members and invited witnesses debated on the compensating of college athletes in a full hearing on September 16, 2020. The hearing was led by chairman senator Alexander who was the first to give his testimony on the subject at hand. At the beginning ofContinue reading “The Debate: Compensating the Student Athlete”

Cara Hackett Wants Her Voice to be Heard

For Cara Hackett, co-founder and Vice President of Communications for the Black Graduate Student Union, the opportunities to provide input regarding the climate of our country and its issues are relevant.  “I personally don’t like the way the country has been going for quite some time”, Hackett said. As someone who is clear with herContinue reading “Cara Hackett Wants Her Voice to be Heard”

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