Should the school also pay for medical services of its tuition paying students whom they also acquire millions from (depending on the size of the school)?
"The trust of the innocent is the liar's most useful tool." : Stephen King
"Commerce with all nations, alliance with none, should be our motto." Thomas Jefferson
Medical bills last late into life for some.
Besides the 60 or more hours at this full-time job, there's been no mention of the time they spend on full-time academics.
And we see outstanding GPAs with outstanding degrees all the time.
And they are limited to how many hours they can work at a job.
Northwestern, which lost in court and is appealing, is whining today they'll drop any of these sports,
as they monetarily can, but most Universities can't .
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Last edited by Smeagol; 03-27-14 at 09:43 PM.
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First thought: Why?
Second thought: Oh, football, that kinda makes sense.
Third thought: Why not non-players?
Sure as hell I could see some merit in an organization that lobbies and organizes on behalf of students.
I suppose there are various school-specific organizations for that kind of thing.
Edit: Especially tuition.
Last edited by The Mark; 03-27-14 at 09:45 PM.
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