At university and college sports and social activities are just as important as classes and libraries and should receive equal financial support Do you agree or disagree

I remember my first year at university in which I was so overwhelmed by the amount of work and study material I had to take, and I was so afraid of bad grades that I eventually ended up as an over-obsessed student with my studies. I didn't pay any attention to my mental and physical health. As a result, it backfired on me. I personally agree with this fact that sports and social events should have the same budget as classes and libraries have, and I will elaborate more by providing two reasons in the following paragraphs. Firstly, Being able to maintain a healthy brain alongside a good body shape will affect students' performance greatly. For example, When I decided to pay more attention to my body in the second year of university, I saw the outgrowth of my effort as a more focused state of mind and increased energy throughout the day. Furthermore, having a solid training plan helps strengthen discipline which will have positive effects on studying. Secondly, attending social events and team sports at the university or college will aid us in networking. Meeting new people and making friends is actually what makes the college days beautiful and some of these friendships will last longer than the college/university days. For example, I remember being a part of a baseball team when I was at the university. I played 4 times per weak as a pitcher and I was able to make many friends who are still keeping in touch with me after such a long period of time. We take projects together and help each other out with different tasks. Indeed such friendships are very worthy and useful. In conclusion, I believe allocating the same financial support to the sports and social events in university/college is of high importance, just like classes and libraries because they will facilitate balancing a good relationship with our body and mind in addition to making new friends.
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