Recently university had named its renovated baseball stadium after Alex Rodriguez as he had donated $3.9 million for upgrading the field.
The university’s ethical considerations are being challenged. The star athletes like Alex Rodriguez, Ryan Braun, Gio Gonzalez and five other prominent people associated with university and its programs have recently come under investigation for use of banned drugs (Schmidt, 2013). Moreover, various newspaper report claim that they have also links with clinics like Biogenesis that helps them to get performance enhancing drugs. Jimmy Goins the conditioning coach of Miami is suspected of providing drugs to the players. The university has therefore become nexus for drug mafia and is presently under investigation by NCAA.
Yes person would initiate a sustained campaign against the athlete program of University of Miami for providing performance enhancing drug to its players. They would do so by using 3 news write-ups about the new research initiative started by university in the area of performance enhancement of athletes.
Appiah’s idea of culture mainly relies on empowering people and letting them be the master of their decisions (Appiah, 2006). He says that often the excruciating circumstances of the people become major planks for the developed world to exploit and force their own attitude and ideas in the name for preserving cultures and cultural identities. He believes that ethics, morality and cultural paradigms are critical aspects which become extraneous not because people actually want to but due to lack of resources which makes them opt for new tools of survival. The prank is closely linked to Appiah’s ideas as it indirectly targets the ethical lassitude of the modern academia and its changing priorities for competing in different areas of human interaction.