TCU Daily Skiff Thursday, February 12, 2004
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Ethics discussion deserves attention
Presence of sports figures worth attendance


It’s been a project in the works for the past nine months.

And tonight, following the work of TCU athletics director Eric Hyman, it is finally here.
At 7:30 p.m. in Daniel-Meyer Coliseum, a collection of the highest profile names in NCAA athletics will gather to discuss ethics in college sports.

Featured speakers at the TCU Martin Lectureship in Values and Ethics Panel include: NCAA president Myles Brand, Roy Kramer, former commissioner of the Southeastern Conference, Andy Geiger, Ohio State’s athletics director, and Texas head football coach Mack Brown.

As if the all-star cast highlighting the evening’s festivities were not enough to make you want to attend, the event also happens to be free to the public.

Oh, and another thing. TCU is the only university in the nation that is hosting such a discussion.

An event of this magnitude says a lot about TCU’s understanding that ethics in sports truly do matter, and the student body and administration need to show their university support.

After all, nothing would be worse than greeting a group of high-profile personalities to an empty Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.

So reserve a couple hours tonight and come take advantage of the opportunity to ask these gentlemen any question you may have about collegiate athletics.
 
 
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