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November 14th, 2019 | by CollegeAD
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On Tuesday and Wednesday, the NCAA’s Office of Inclusion held its fifth annual Common Ground conference inside the University of Texas’ Royal-Memorial Stadium. It’s the first time that the event, meant to be an inviting space for student-athletes, coaches and administrators, was held at a public institution. Reporters were not allowed during the two-day function. The whole idea was for UT athletes, coaches and administrators to meet with people from all across the college landscape and talk openly. Drew Martin, UT’s director of external affairs, said there were about 75 participants. Some were from public schools, many came from smaller Division II or III schools and others from faith-based institutions where LGBTQ issues are likely kept hush-hush. – Brian Davis, Hookem.com, Read More

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