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  • Another college web site error. First Centrowitz, now Jordan

    http://www.goducks.com/ViewArticle.dbml ... EASON=2009

    From the Ducks web site speaking about Jordan Hasay:
    " Prep: Setting age group records as young as age 12 (3,200 meters, 9:48.77)"

    I'm assuming they meant 3,000 meters and not 3,200.

    This is unexpected from the web site representing Track Town U.S.A. :?

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    It was probably some SID who is barely making above minimum wage... cut them some slack.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by polevaultpower
      It was probably some SID who is barely making above minimum wage....

      Minimum wage? Oregon? Not likely.

      Greg Walker, Associate Director, Media Services
      Telephone (541) 346-2252
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      • #4
        Originally posted by guru
        Originally posted by polevaultpower
        It was probably some SID who is barely making above minimum wage....

        Minimum wage? Oregon? Not likely.

        Greg Walker, Associate Director, Media Services
        Telephone (541) 346-2252
        Fax (541) 346-5449
        E-mail [email protected]
        I doubt he personally wrote that bio.

        How much do you think SIDs make? Seriously?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by polevaultpower

          I doubt he personally wrote that bio.
          Agreed. Even though T&F is not a minor sport at UO as it is at other universities, the Sports Information offices usually have plenty of student interns (at little or no pay) working on media guides.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by wamego relays champ
            Agreed. Even though T&F is not a minor sport at UO as it is at other universities, the Sports Information offices usually have plenty of student interns (at little or no pay) working on media guides.
            I was once one of those interns, making $5.65/hour for the work I did IN THE OFFICE and exactly $0.00/hour for the majority of the work I did, which was outside the office.

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