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Articles by Janice Shin

NCAA Rules for Protecting Student-Athlete’s Eligibility While Raising funds for Social Justice

With the current pandemic and social climate, there is a call on student-athletes to use their platform to raise awareness and funds. And as groups like Athletes for Change. There are some rules that you should be aware of to maintain your eligibility.  One:  Money raised must go directly to a charity. Two: You may

November 19, 2020 Janice Shin

An Athlete’s Mental Health Story and How it Impacted the Relationships Around Her

Gianna Salzbrunn is a  senior on the Track & Field at Eastern Michigan University. Gianna was going through the typical schedule of a student-athlete but became quickly overwhelmed. She started her college experience, dealing with her grandfather’s illness, putting her dog down, and starting college. However, during one practice, she showed negative emotions, and her

September 21, 2020

Pro Tennis Player, Kristie Ahn, on Academics, the Recruiting Process and Why Stanford

Kristie Ahn, age 27, is from New Jersey and is a Korean-American tennis player. Ahn had always wanted to go pro, but with a strong push for higher education from her parents, she decided to go to college. She went to Stanford University and graduated in 2014. Stanford did better in her collegiate career than

August 10, 2020

Stanford Women’s Tennis Head Coach, Lele Forood, Aces Advice for all Athletes

The most decorated women’s tennis program in the history of the sport remains in capable hands of head coach Lele Forood. Forood recently completed her 20th season at the helm. During her time, the Cardinal compiled a 466-44 overall record and captured 10 NCAA team titles, 15 conference titles, and coached 25 All-Americans, five NCAA

August 6, 2020

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