1. The intercollegiate sport programs at your school are in bad financial shape. Because of large losses, the students have been asked to increase their student fees by $100 per semester to maintain the programs. If the fee increase does not pass, all the intercollegiate sport programs will be dropped and replaced by low-cost, student-run club sports. How would you vote? Use material from this unit to give reasons for your decision.
2. Many people do not think that politics are involved in organized youth sports. However, they are a part of youth sports in a number of ways. Identify the political issues involved in youth sports and indicate which ones have been important in your experiences or the experiences of people you know.