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OPINION: You can’t pay student athletes without hurting the community

OPINION: You can’t pay student athletes without hurting the community

Noah Festenstein, Contributing Writer

May 28, 2019

Student athletes getting paid has been a tough conversation recently. Many factors support both sides of the argument, a big factor being students and their relationship with those student athletes. College athletes receive different kinds of privileges: workout facilities, personal trainers, rehab...

Student-athletes or athlete-students?

Student-athletes or athlete-students?

Liliana Trifilio, Contributing Writer

May 21, 2018

You wake up. The alarm clock is still buzzing in your ear as you scarf down a breakfast burrito and begin packing your uniform. For a moment you think about the final project you haven’t started yet and decide to shake the thought. You need to concentrate on what counts. You need to be prepared for an...

Student athletes get to work in service trip to Guatemala

Student athletes get to work in service trip to Guatemala

Amber Colón

September 11, 2017

This summer, members of DePaul Athletics teamed up to complete a service trip in Parramos, Guatemala. Senior Joe Hanel led and organized the trip after being inspired to recreate an experience he had with an organization called Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH, Spanish for “Our Little Brothers and...

Sports vs. school: Student athletes must balance academics with athletics

Sports vs. school: Student athletes must balance academics with athletics

Danielle Harris

February 1, 2015

Two former University of North Carolina student-athletes have filed a lawsuit against the Chapel Hill institution, as well as the NCAA, claiming academic fraud. Rashanda McCants, who played for the women’s basketball team, and Devon Ramsay, a former football player, argued that the university and the NCAA have failed their student-athletes by not provi...

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