CSU presents arguments for, against on-campus stadium
The presentation addressed many of the points of controversy involved with the stadium debate, including the potential impact on CSU funding and affordability, the funding of the stadium itself and the impact on academics.
CSU Athletic Director Jack Graham also told NCCAR members today that $700,000 has been donated thus far, and that the money is being used to fund the stadium advisory process. Here are the arguments and responses listed in the presentation:
Issue: Impact on alumni connection
Argument for: The new on-campus stadium will more strongly connect alumni to the university by bringing the m to campus when they visit for football games. The excitement, increased support and improved game day experience will strengthen both student and alumni connection to CSU.
Argument against: Opponents questions whether a new stadium could have such impacts. In addition, they question whether it is appropriate that athletics be relied
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