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Opinion: It’s time to pay college athletes

College athletics are undoubtedly one of the most popular forms of entertainment in the United States. The publicity of the bowl games and March Madness, for example, rival that of major professional sports leagues. The student athletes that play college sports, in addition to trying to manage their academics, are expected to act and work like their counterparts who play in professional leagues, only with one catch — they don’t get paid.
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Larissa Sehringer attends Teen Vogue Fashion U in NYC

Junior Larissa Sehringer participated in Teen Vogue’s annual Fashion University seminar program, running around from seminar to seminar and meeting influential figures in the fashion industry for three days in New York City. This star-studded experience inspired her to continue pursuing her interest in fashion.
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League of Women Voters Candidates Night 3/19/2015

Created Date: March 19, 2015Length: 04:00:00Folder: G: Misc. GovernmentGenre: Gov League of Women Voters Candidates Night 3/19/2015
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OPEB Advisory Committee Information Session 3/18/2015

Created Date: March 18, 2015Length: 03:00:00Folder: G: OPEB AdvisoryGenre: Gov OPEB Advisory Committee Information Session 3/18/2015
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