Which is why college is a place to get degrees not money. If they really want to earn money they should wait to make it to the professionals. Why should college athletes get paid? If they’re just college students ,not professionals….yet. College athletes should not get paid because they were the ones that signed
Then, Logic provides the effect of these horrible actions; these effects mainly include the victim realizing there is no hope or one to provide moral support. When Logic describes the feelings of the gays, he says, “Momma don’t love me/ Daddy don’t love me/ Wonder why I drown in the bubbly” (Logic). In addition, Logic shows the perspective of an individual who is not happy with his skin color dictating his life when he says, “I don’t want to be black, I don’t
In the article ”Dear Grads: Don’t Do What You Love” published on May 28, 2013, the author Carl McCoy, argues that college graduates should obtain a job that will benefit society instead of getting a job because they have motivation for it. In his article, McCoy describes the importance of getting a job that is meaningful and has a purpose. He explains that love is a consequence of a job that benefits society, which is more rewarding than doing something just because it is motivating. The author 's overall message is that success is more meaningful when there is a deeper sense of purpose. With genuine purpose, love will always prevail.
In fact, King Lear did not really think about the plight of homelessness. This is the first time that the "poor naked wretches" have been recognized in his kingdom because he has not done enough to solve the problem of displaced persons. The mercy of Lear is driven by good conscience to acknowledge that it was his duty to done something to help those when he had authority. Also, Even while Lear teeters on the brink of insanity, he feels pity for the Fool. When Fool exists, Lear says: Poor naked wretches, whereso 'er you are, That bide the pelting of this pitiless storm,
In Marty Nemko’s essay, “We Send Too Many Students to College,” I thought he presented his argument about how a college degree does not necessarily mean that you will succeed in life in a subtle yet smart way by utilizing a personal connection with the subject of his essay. Or as Aristotle explained in The Art of Rhetoric, the appeal to authority (Ethos). Additionally, I thought his incorporation of the two stories about the individuals who obtained their degrees, but could find a job with their aforementioned degrees was a very honest way of descripting what I believe is happening in today’s educational institution. However, I do have to refute Nemko’s appeal to authority (Pathos) towards the end when he lists off numerous figures that have
Just like Justin Baldoni expressed, society needs to avoid cliches in order to teach men that is okay to have emotions. Baldoni’s TED talk can be used in college research along with another source which should contain data. Although Baldoni does not offer data, he offers his personal expeirences along with other mens as a child and as an adult. His credibility also excels when he uses emotional language because it allows his audience to connect with audience. Although this source is credible, it could only be used for a few topics due to its lack of data.
Although there should be policies in place to ensure equal opportunity for all students, regardless of race, affirmative action gives an unfair advantage to students of color, and does not solve the institutional disadvantages that minorities have. Affirmative action is a messy, brute force method of trying to close the enrollment gap. Although on paper it may seem like a good idea to require colleges to admit a certain number of students of color, it actually gives an unfair advantage to minorities. A white student and a student of color with identical grades, test scores, and resumes do not have an equal chance of getting into the same college because one student belongs to a minority. Affirmative action causes the same problem it attempts to solve in reverse.
In Steve Jobs, “Do What You Love,” he gives graduates from Stanford University a persuasive speech on the importance of figuring out what inspires oneself to move forward. Using three personal stories about his life, he implores that one should find what interests oneself and learn about it, how to accept failure as a new and exciting road, and to live each day as if it were the last. Conversely, “Dear Grads: Don’t Do What You Love,” by Carl McCoy argues that “doing what you love” is an unwise message to send. Admittedly few individuals will be able to pursue what they love, many will not due to the lack of jobs available that would realistically provide enough money. He says to explore the job one already has and find what they love about
4. Masculinity and aging There are many factors which may influence masculinity and the extent to which men perceive themselves as masculine. Culture and the social context are probably the most known, but age is another determining aspect that cannot be overlooked since it plays a major role in the deviation from hegemonic masculinity and consequent development of alternative types of masculinities. In youth, men try to hide feelings of vulnerability and weakness. They do not show their emotions and are reluctant to ask for help.
RATIONAL What if I told you that you can’t do anything that you ever wanted to? What if I told you this is because you are gay? What if I told you that none of you get the respect you deserve simply because you are gay? Most of these people spend their lives answering the question “What if” and this is because these people have no hope, they have lost faith in humanity. Being gay is being homosexual and homosexuality in simple words can be defined as a person who is attracted to someone of his own sex.
Do you think college athletes should be paid? This controversy is debated in Opposing Viewpoints: Sports and Athletes. Al Woods titles his argument College Athletes Should Be Paid because the schools are making money off the players, some athletes are being paid under the table, and athletes are giving up on education. However, Krikor Meshefejian titles his argument College Students Should Not Be Paid because students receive scholarships, the payment system is “problematic”, and the experience is payment enough(98-99.) Meshefejian has the better argument that students should not be paid.
Some college athletes are just as well known as pro players which is one of the arguments for why they should be paid. Although some athletes are very well known the purpose of college is to a student first. Which is why the top tier players can wait for professional sports to be paid, and while in college they can students. Another argument for why athletes should be paid is because there is already lots of under the table deals that take place with college athletes. Under the table deals will only hurt the athlete in the long run.