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    Re: Irvings major

    Quote Originally Posted by cloneiac View Post
    lol. Time to end the charade of "student athletes" at the D1 level. Make them all club sports sponsored by the colleges and give the athletes the choice of schollies or the cash value of a scholly.
    Because of this? This has been going on since, well, college sports began.



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    Re: Irvings major

    Quote Originally Posted by Section110 View Post
    I'm assuming he's going to be kicked out of school. That is, if President Leath is a man of his word. I don't see how one could possibly participate more in the rioting than removing a stop sign and a light post. Especially when the removal of a light post is what critically injured a young man.
    Why are you so concerned with how ISU disciplines its' students?

    Nevermind, you're just a hok troll.



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    Re: Irvings major

    Quote Originally Posted by ribsnwhiskey View Post
    Why are you so concerned with how ISU disciplines its' students?

    Nevermind, you're just a hok troll.
    No, I'm actually a Hawk fan who cheers for the Cyclones as well. It is possible you know. You don't have to hate one to like the other or vice versa.

    Regarding Irving's discipline, it's a matter of principle and ethics. He shouldn't be treated differently than anyone else participating in the rioting, and clearly he was participating more so than most.



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    Re: Irvings major

    Quote Originally Posted by Section110 View Post
    No, I'm actually a Hawk fan who cheers for the Cyclones as well. It is possible you know. You don't have to hate one to like the other or vice versa.

    Regarding Irving's discipline, it's a matter of principle and ethics. He shouldn't be treated differently than anyone else participating in the rioting, and clearly he was participating more so than most.
    Your a troll - glad you admitted to be a Hawk Fan go to the rivalry page to post. At least ISU actually kicked their problem makers of the team - Freerentz doesn't have the stones for that.



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    Re: Irvings major

    For all you smarty pants out there that don't know what a Liberal Studies major is maybe you should look it up before you make fun of it. I received a Bachelor's of Liberal Studies at Iowa State. Basically, it is a degree only upper classmen can declare for. Many take the major because they spent 3 years in another major and decide it's not for them. The easiest way to graduate and not spend another 3 years in school is to go the "easy" route. I majore in Elementary Education for 3 years and by the time I hit my practicum, I realized I did not want to teach any more. Rather than start a new major and another 3 years in college I got a Liberal Studies degree. Unless you are some enigineer or pre law or doctor student, the degree is just as good as an English, History or Psychology degree.



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    Re: Irvings major

    Quote Originally Posted by oskyclone View Post
    For all you smarty pants out there that don't know what a Liberal Studies major is maybe you should look it up before you make fun of it. I received a Bachelor's of Liberal Studies at Iowa State. Basically, it is a degree only upper classmen can declare for. Many take the major because they spent 3 years in another major and decide it's not for them. The easiest way to graduate and not spend another 3 years in school is to go the "easy" route. I majore in Elementary Education for 3 years and by the time I hit my practicum, I realized I did not want to teach any more. Rather than start a new major and another 3 years in college I got a Liberal Studies degree. Unless you are some enigineer or pre law or doctor student, the degree is just as good as an English, History or Psychology degree.
    So what did you do with that degree?


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    Re: Irvings major

    I think the definition of this major is pretty liberal.



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    Re: Irvings major

    These athletes deserved to be paid though!!!



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    Re: Irvings major

    Quote Originally Posted by colbycheese View Post
    So what did you do with that degree?
    This is the million dollar question.


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    Re: Irvings major

    Here is my question, if I go try to enroll as a pre-liberal studies major as a non-athlete, do they actually let me do it, or do they laugh me out of the room?



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    Re: Irvings major

    Quote Originally Posted by Erik4Cy View Post
    Who else is? I know Jared Weaver is an AE major, but he is not a starter.

    Fun fact: 2014 signee Cole Anderson's father graduated in aerospace engineering from ISU and was an astronaut at NASA/went into space.
    Had a chance to meet Clayton when I was down at the Houston Bowl a few years ago. Nothing like having first Cyclone in space on the ole resume.



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    Re: Irvings major

    I've only had one athlete who wasn't an exceptional student, and that one was right up until the end of their season.

    I'm sure there's plenty of exceptions, but they do actually tend to do the work.


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    Re: Irvings major

    Quote Originally Posted by oskyclone View Post
    For all you smarty pants out there that don't know what a Liberal Studies major is maybe you should look it up before you make fun of it. I received a Bachelor's of Liberal Studies at Iowa State. Basically, it is a degree only upper classmen can declare for. Many take the major because they spent 3 years in another major and decide it's not for them. The easiest way to graduate and not spend another 3 years in school is to go the "easy" route. I majore in Elementary Education for 3 years and by the time I hit my practicum, I realized I did not want to teach any more. Rather than start a new major and another 3 years in college I got a Liberal Studies degree. Unless you are some enigineer or pre law or doctor student, the degree is just as good as an English, History or Psychology degree.


    That's not exactly setting the bar real high.


    I'd agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong.

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