Those conflicts of interest are why Jessop hopes that, regardless of what path forward the players choose to take, they are able to push for an independent medical council which can review the return to play protocols for athletes. In addition, Jessop says that we need to continue to have a real conversation about whether athletes are truly getting the educational experience that is thought to be the value of a full athletic scholarship. Are athletes truly receiving the full value of that scholarship in the same way their peers at the school are? And is that value equal to the value that their play (i.e. labor) provides for the conferences and NCAA? … [Read more...] about ‘If They Want To Do This, They Need To Do It Now’: Sports Law Professor Alica Jessop On College Football Players Union Push
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“The safety of our students, staff and overall campus communities will always be our top priority, and we are pleased with the protocols being administered on our 15 campuses," the statement continued. "We will continue to follow our process that has been in place for months and has served us well. … [Read more...] about Some Power 5 conferences have yet to postpone college football, rest of fall sports season
Sneed changed his story considerably over the years, adding more elaborate details about how Glossip badgered him into killing their boss, and instructed him to pick up a hacksaw and muriatic acid to dispose of the body. As Glossip continued to appeal his case — the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld his conviction in 2013 — Sneed’s story has continued to evolve. A year ago his adult daughter, O’Ryan Justine Sneed, wrote a letter to the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board saying she believes her father lied about Glossip’s involvement in the murder to avoid the death penalty. … [Read more...] about Is Oklahoma About to Execute an Innocent Man?
In the end, Fallin stayed Glossip’s execution not because she had any doubts about his guilt, but rather because the supplier of the lethal drugs that were to end his life had provided the prison with potassium acetate rather than potassium chloride, which the state’s execution protocol specifies. … [Read more...] about Oklahoma Attorney General Asks to Stay All Executions After Glossip Drug Mix-up
Salinas recently conducted a study with 34 Latin American students about their relationship to the term "Latinx." Many of them said that though they used the term in higher education spaces, they didn't use it at home with their family members because it didn't translate across generations. … [Read more...] about Why people are split on using ‘Latinx’