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Baseball is a rare example of how the coexistence of dynamism and traditionalism can sustain an institution that appreciates its past as much as it yearns to shape its future. After over a century and a half of baseball, the rules remain as unchanged as the flow of the game itself and the reliable cadence of the long season that spans from the end of spring to the beginning of fall.
The Associated Students of Madison (ASM) are seeking to create a $2 million COVID-19 student relief fund despite numerous reminders from University officials that the fund can't legally move forward as proposed.
The murder of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis Police Department, and the riots and protests that have followed, have forged an essential discussion on police brutality that has been long in the making. In the past, many of us have responded to publicized incidents of police brutality by giving officers the benefit of the doubt because we believe that the other side of the story will justify their actions. We must now reckon, however, that the "other side of the story" does not always absolve police officers' of wrongdoing. For the first time, many of us now stare directly into the eyes of police brutality's harsh existence, the same existence that Black people have known to be true their entire lives.