A game without support is not a real game and is not as much fun as if there were supporter. Of course, fans are not everything, and an athlete should be able to play and fight hard even though there is not any support since it is their job to play for the college and in the best-case win. Every athlete receives a scholarship for playing for the school and for which all students are thankful. However, investing in facilities would bring more support to each game and therefore the atmosphere would increase. That is what athletes work for, a though game with people who support them no matter what and where they have to push through this situation to win this game.
Being a college athlete is more than just playing the game. It's maintaining your grades, keeping a smart head on your shoulders, and playing at a level high enough where the school will not take your scholarship away. Athletes are required to practice 20 hours a week, or 4 hours a day. These athletes are also students who have to maintain grades just like every other regular student. With all these time restraints, it is difficult for athletes to earn money to live.
Growth or Fixed? How do we teach our people to know there 's always room to grow, instead of always putting them down? We as humans, tend to have a fix mindset on many things, like school or work or whatever it is that you dislike; but to look at life with a different perspective, to grow, seems very far fetched. We are taught that we are worth nothing and will never achieve anything, which gives us a fixed mindset.
They are making a large number of dollars a year and are not in any case paying their specialists, the competitors. The diligent work and devotion not just profits for the school it additionally gets the schools name out to general society. At the point when schools games are playing admirably and are broadly broadcast, more individuals know about the school this will help an expansion of utilizations and other individuals ' enthusiasm for the school (Stanley 1). School games need a change. Understudy competitors need to begin being compensated fiscally for their diligent work and devotion.
“It’s an irrefutable fact that college gives you a significant and persistent advantage decade after decade” (Daly, 2). However, not knowing what you want to do and not succeeding at it would make the college tuition not worth the money. College is very important because of the life experiences and financial gain you will have. College is worth the expense of tuition because you learn about life. Such as the personal responsibility of being on your own, having the motivation to get up in the morning to go to class, cleaning up after yourself, and all of the friends and connections that you will make and have in the future.
The main tactic being used to ensure that college athletes will be paid in the future one day is, the argument that it is so hard for students to afford all the things they need let alone the cost of tuition. Another tactic they are using is trying to gain publicity for the entirety of the topic. They know that the more the word gets out the more supporters they will have. This will eventually lead to more powerful activist groups that can potentially accomplish their
There could be controversy over the athlete's contract with the amount they are getting paid. Also, the kids that do not play sports might feel they are being treated unfairly because they do not get paid. College athletes get offered a full ride to a big ten college for free: “other kids have to get loans worth tons of money that they will have to pay back for the rest of their lives” (Bagaria and Birkenes). Paying these athletes would cause too many problems that the university doesn’t have time to deal with. College is a place that people decide to go to because they enjoy everything the campus has to offer and to get a degree.
Many athletes do not bother with their studies because they think they will get rich once they enter the pros. By the time they realize that’s not going to happen, it’s too late. College athletes need to have an education. College sports give students the opportunity to play what they love while still having access to an education. Paying the athletes would distract them from the thought about getting an education because they are more focused on the money aspect.
In college, you may fail some tests and quizzes here and there but you must remember never to give up. It’s important to know that you’re not doing this just for yourself but for others. Something I like to tell myself every time I feel like giving up is to think about how many people’s lives I will make an impact on with my career. As an occupational therapist, I’m going to make a difference in someone’s life and help them enjoy life even more. So even if things get hard and you want to give up, a good thing to remember is that nothing in this world comes easy, least of all success.
The opportunities I see in my everyday life are making sure I put a smile on someone 's face, or letting someone know that they are special . The opportunities I have in my academic life is somewhat limited not mentally or because I don 't believe in myself but for the reason that going to college is expensive. This is why I decided to take the opportunity of going to challenger because in all honesty the cost of going to college would be too expensive for my family. Opportunities that could come across my time in life could be scholarships, internships that can lead to experience in a career. Temptations: One of the things I notice that make my opportunities derail is the loss of motivation and doubt in believing that I can achieve the goals I have set for myself.
Alive But Not Living A relatively new epidemic is threatening everything we treasure most. Unlike the Black Plague long ago this epidemic very slowly takes its course. Although it’s something that does not kill you, it also does not let you live. Technology is taking away everything we hold dear.
John Smith: The 1970s Culture Many social and economic changes have occurred in American culture since the 1970s when unity in the family and social life was common. People who grew up during that time, such as John Smith, can attest to these changes. In this interview, many issues of social and family engagement as well as technology and politics that took place during the life of an interviewee come out. In the past, social fabric was very strong, the father was the main decision-maker and breadwinner, and people pursued education in order to succeed in life.