September 6, 2011

Ivy League Rethinks Concussions

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Last year, Cornell saw an increase in reported concussions across all sports, with football once again recording the most of any team. Former Sun Sports Editor Alex Kuczynski-Brown spoke with three former players — two of whom had their collegiate football careers ended prematurely due to concussions — to find out how exactly the injury affected them, both academically and personally. She also sat down with medical professionals at Cornell in an effort to understand what the University — and Ivy League in general — is doing to combat this national issue.

Original Author: Alex Kuczynski-Brown