As far as I'm concerned athletics has no place in college beyond the intramural level. The idea of college sports as quasi professional is completely at odds with the real job of college which is education. As long as there is money to be made in college sports there will be abuse of the system. At best its a distraction and worst it turns college into a total sham and makes a degree worthless. -Curt From: WILTON via Mercedes <email@example.com> To: mercedes list <firstname.lastname@example.org> Cc: WILTON <wilt...@nc.rr.com> Sent: Thursday, July 23, 2015 2:07 PM Subject: [MBZ] OT - UNC-CH integrity & ethics Re. the unsavory crap (sham, "paper," classes) going on for nearly 20 years at UNC-CH to accommodate athletes, an article in today's Raleigh "News and Observer," discusses two "working groups" (committee's) "looking at UNC integrity and policies." Co-chair said that they "first want to define integrity." To save 'em possibly several weeks of haggling, I'm volunteering my definition of it learned on Momma and Daddy's laps and at their knees nearly 80 years ago - put simply, integrity is the ability to do what is right when nobody else is watching.
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