Sport or Library?
There's an old saying that goes "a healthy mind in a healthy body," and I agree with the idea that money universities provide for their libraries should be the same as those given to students' sports activities.
Some students prefer staying at a school to learn, while others would love to be active playing sports such as football, soccer and badminton. Not all the student learn the same way. If learning through books expands knowledge of Biology, Math, languages and history, playing sport helps expand hands-on experience in social skills. Library or sports brings joy to students and also benefits them in many ways. If reading books and doing math develops students mentally, sports helps lessen many risks of diseases, as well as provide energy to learn.
Each student likes different things. It is the school's responsibility to provide fair activities, whether it is mentally or physically.
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How much do universities spend on sports, on their libraries?
How can universities get money to do both?
What are some physical and mental benefits of sports?
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