We looked inside some of the tweets by @nyutischsports and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
.@KennethMFarrow & @HHReynolds joined me on a @nyutischsports panel to discuss how @UnitedFBPlayers will be addressing these issues, leading a new movement to unite the football community to fight for future protections. There was so much belief in their cause from the audience. https://t.co/hwglU7eHav
The “tough it out” tradition of football, coupled with viewer demand for hard-hitting action, inconsistencies of traumatic brain injury diagnoses, & the difficult task of enforcing standards, presents a challenging, yet worthy mission...& the @UnitedFBPlayers leadership is on it.
Tomorrow at 3pmEST I will be moderating a panel for a @nyutischsports student-led series on sports & social responsibility. Joining me will be @KennethMFarrow and @HHReynolds who are leading a new athlete advocacy group that is creating positive change in the football community. https://t.co/2ga8BcfU2Y
When David Hollander created the NYU course “How Basketball Can Save the World," he didn't realize it would only become more relevant in 2020. https://t.co/WJWLklSjB0
Today we kicked off the @nyutischsports ‘MS in Global Sport’ residency highlighted by a guest lecture from @NLL Deputy Commissioner & Exec. VP, Business Affairs, @JessicaBerman1. So thankful for how generous you are with your time & knowledge...especially during Draft Week! https://t.co/8QmUfPt68F