As part of a Sport Publications class assignment last spring, current senior Sport Media major Dan Levine wrote the following profile-ish feature on former standout teammate and May 2011 IC graduate Josh Rifkin. By Dan Levine ’12 It’s a good thing that in 2007 Ithaca College possessed three great features that to attract a young […]

It’s never too early (but it can be too late) to search for the “right” internship or job opportunity. Below, ICSMMblog highlights a few websites — some you’ve heard of, some you maybe haven’t checked out — to assist in your quest for gainful employment. Just remember: If you’re starting out as a fresh grad, […]

Sport Management major Samantha Liberty was put on the hot seat in the recent issue (9/22) of The Ithacan. The junior golfer was asked three hard-hitting questions in the “off the field links” section from the campus newspaper. Sam’s responses are below: 1. Favorite sandwich at Rogan’s? Bomber: grilled steak, breaded chicken, cheese, wing sauce, […]

Sport Media major George Sitaras continued his insightful coverage of the women’s soccer team in the most recent issue (9/22) of The Ithacan. The senior scribe noted: “In the past four seasons, the women’s soccer team has averaged 59 goals per season and is already outscoring opponents 20-5 through five games this season. But the […]

Dr. Stephen Mosher, coordinator of the Sport Studies program, recently offered his insight for The Wall Street Journal sports article, “Are the Mets Still Obligated to Try?”. Written by Mike Sielski, the think piece explores if the Mets — mathematically eliminated from the playoffs long ago — have any sort of ethical responsibility or expected […]

We are currently updating our IC Sport Management and Media Internship/Fieldwork database information and promotional materials. Below are two quick opportunities to participate, if you so desire (you have permission to gloat). 1) If you have done an Internship or Fieldwork position in the last year or so, please email (Lana Walsh) with: a) […]

As part of a fall semester internship, Tim Westervelt is contributing posts to the official blog of IMG Academies and IMG Sports Camps. The Sport Management graduate student is responsible for interviewing coaches and professional athletes who train at the Bradenton, FL facility. Below, check out a sampling of Tim’s work so far: Where to […]

Here’s your opportunity to gain a hands-on experience with the operations of the varsity football team! There are two PAID work-study positions available for the fall. (And possibly the chance to earn fieldwork credit.) The two managers will assist with day-to-day operations of practices and football games. Typical hours will be Monday-Wednesday 3:30-6:00 p.m., Thursday […]

School has officially started, which means one thing: Ithaca College fall sports are back in action. Here at ICSMMblog, we’re going to roll out some posts that highlight a few South Hill fall squads. Today, we offer a Sport Media Relations class podcast — courtesy of Sport Media majors Gregg Torlone ’11, Gavin Cote ’12 […]

By Stephen Mosher Date: September 11, 2001 Time: 1:38 PM EDT discussion board To: smosher  From: gkozy Subject: Are you happy now? Have you changed your way of thinking?????????????????????? How many Children are sleeping peacifully in the DR. How many Americans did you call bigots that are dead today. How many children have no […]

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