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Sunday Cover (Sports and College Admission) #397545

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 01, 2001
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(Studio: John Roberts) How sports influences college admissions examined; scenes shown from high school lacrosse practice in Cross River, New York. [igh school lacrosse player Sean McBRIDE - hopes lacrosse will get him into college.] ["Game of Life" author James SHULMAN - cites the high number of athletes at Ivy League and liberal arts colleges; notes the academic costs due to sports.] Admissions policis at Swarthmore College that set a cap on the admission of athletes reviewed. [Two Swarthmore STUDENTS, alumnus Robert CLARK - criticize the college.] [Swarthmore admission Jim BOCK - cites the limits of a small college.]

Roberts, John

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