Natalie Gabor, Indiana University-Bloomington
With three years down and one final year left to go, here’s some advice from a seasoned university student on what to do as a first year student.
Zach Spangler, University of Michigan
The recent but long overdue modernization of the NCAA’s name, image and likeness rules finally allows college athletes to profit from their success.
Benjamin Chen, Columbia University
This inspiring Netflix documentary highlights Navarro Community College coach Monica Aldama and her dedication to giving her students the drive and opportunity to succeed.
Anna Wurm, Texas A&M University
As the coronavirus restrictions in the U.S. begin to lessen, universities are working to start this semester’s sports seasons safely.
Chloe Hamer, Pitzer College
Your season may have been canceled, but that doesn’t need to stop you from making strides in both your physical and mental game.
These lessons don’t just apply to playing sports, but to life in general.
Athletes have heard the phrase ‘DI bound,’ but is there a better alternative for students wanting to focus on both athletics and academics?
Sydney Hawkins, Alabama A&M University
Not into sports but don’t want to miss out? Here are five ways for non-fans to have fun at college games.
Sam Kasierski, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Max Haensel is an example of Brown University’s finest in terms of track stars and the ability to raise huge amounts of money for charity.
Megan Bender, Citrus College
Consider the myth of student-athletes having it easier than other students busted.
Cassidy Leslie, University of Nevada Reno
The College of Idaho student and lifelong athlete knew that if she created the team, members would come.
Tim Philbin, College of the Holy Cross
Athletics and academics are separate spheres. Why do people who want to be athletes have to go to college?
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