Social media stardom – How changes to NIL will benefit athlete-influencers across the NCAA

Erwin Oropesa

Hanna Cavinder is standing on a folding chair in the Fresno State locker room with her twin sister, Haley, on the floor. Both are wearing Bulldogs women’s basketball jerseys. The music kicks in. For 12 seconds, they dance to TisaKorean’s song “LSD,” which is, ostensibly, about breakfast cereal. It’s a little locker room silliness.

On TikTok, the video has more than a million views.

Nearly every day, there’s a new post of the twins dancing, lip-syncing, dribbling or shooting, and each one has been seen by hundreds of thousands.

The twins aren’t household names among women’s college basketball fans nor do they play for a blueblood program, but their exploding popularity on social media — they have 2.7 million followers on TikTok — has made them stars well beyond their sport. They’re the leading scorers for Fresno State, but as the NCAA moves toward allowing athletes to

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Okta Companies @ Work 2021

Erwin Oropesa

We’ve done this with a variety of our clients to achieve a place to begin for documenting their tech stack and most of the time it turns right into a conversation about what number of years it’s been since they used a number of tools. The first Friday of February is Wear Red Day®, the AHA’s nationwide campaign that encourages staff in companies across the U.S. to wear pink and donate $5 to assist fight heart illness in girls. For its 2020 campaign, Kinney staff, clients, companions, vendors and the final group donated $fifty two,000 in critical funds for research and people living with coronary heart disease and stroke. However, Abbott specified that “beneath no circumstance” can a county choose jail someone for not following their orders. They also can’t impose penalties on folks for failing to put on masks — or on companies for not mandating that customers or … Read More