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At The Bar: Are Student-Athletes Employees? Dartmouth Men’s Basketball Votes to Unionize At The Bar: Are Student-Athletes Employees? Dartmouth Men’s Basketball Votes to Unionize
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At The Bar: Are Student-Athletes Employees? Dartmouth Men’s Basketball Votes to Unionize

On this episode of At The Bar, Jennifer and Inez host a lively discussion on labor law and the college athlete. Joining them are guests…

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