The Ethical Implications of Koch Industries NCAA Basketball Investment

The Ethical Implications of Koch Industries NCAA Basketball Investment

With the Final Four coming up and March Madness winding down, it’s time for us to talk about the biggest political story of the tournament: Wichita State. And no, we’re not talking about coach Greg Marshall letting Alex Lomax renege on his letter of intent we’re talking about the Koch Brothers. If you’re a […]

South Carolina Declines White House Invite As Trump Meets With NCAA Champions

South Carolina Declines White House Invite As Trump Meets With NCAA Champions

On Friday, President Trump met with 18 NCAA championship teams. This included groups like the Texas A&M women’s equestrian team, Ohio State men’s volleyball players, the University of Utah’s ski team, and the University of West Virginia’s co-ed rifle team. Several photo ops were held at various locations around the White House and in the […]

5-Star Recruit Mitchell Robinson Cleaned Out His Dorm And Left The WKU Campus

5-Star Recruit Mitchell Robinson Cleaned Out His Dorm And Left The WKU Campus

It appears that Mitchell Robinson, a 5-star recruit who played center on the for the Big East at the 2017 McDonald’s All-American Game, may be decommitting from Western Kentucky (WKU). Jeff Goodman of ESPN is reporting that Robinson “has left campus”, while scout.com says he “cleaned out his dorm and was picked up from campus […]

North Carolina’s Feeling the Effects of the NCAA Boycott

North Carolina’s Feeling the Effects of the NCAA Boycott

If you follow the NCAA or Carolina politics, you’ve probably heard a lot about HB2 this week. That’s because this weekend, college basketball inevitably collided with North Carolina’s transphobic bathroom laws. Here’s the story: After North Carolina passed House Bill 2 (HB2) in 2016, a piece of legislation dictating which restrooms the transgender community are […]

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