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Gary Walters, athletic director at Princeton, oversaw the Ivy League school's rise to excellence in sports since 1994. This month he will end his 20-year tenure. In a recent interview he said: "The only strange thing for me is why an athlete, after four years of obtaining education through athletics and developing these core competencies related to leadership, wouldn't get academic credit if what we're doing is celebrating the educational mission of the university."
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