Last night’s SportsCenter “Top 10” plays segment featured Hartwick’s game-winning trey against Ithaca. Yes, an unfortunate loss for the blue and gold. But even more unfortunate is The Worldwide Leader didn’t air our very own ICTV footage — featuring Sport Media major Gavin Cote’s* call. (It wasn’t ESPN’s fault.) If it’s any consolation, Gavin’s “Gus […]

Please Keep Peyton

January 27, 2012 | Leave a Comment

We all have heroes and sheroes. And, for better or worse, some of these individuals just happen to be professional athletes. Since professional sports are a business, it can be tough when it comes time to part ways with an organizational icon. In the opinion piece below, senior Integrated Marketing Communications major Amanda Pulver explores […]

If you want to join the campus radio station, here’s your chance. 92 WICB will host a radio rush night tonight (1/26) starting at 7 p.m. in the Park Auditorium.

If you want to join the campus newspaper, here’s your chance. The Ithacan will host a rush night tonight (1/26) starting at 8 p.m. in the Park Auditorium.

Every four years, the Ryder Cup, armed with lore and national pride, returns to the United States. This September, Medinah Country Club will play host to the engaging battle. The Ryder Cup Operations Staff is looking for a 25-30 person team of Operation Assistants that is eager to ensure the 39th Ryder Cup surpasses expectations. […]

By Matt Tracy ’13 Since I was a child, my grandmother always told me she loved to travel. I would listen to her stories about traveling the country from coast to coast and about her trips abroad to visit family or explore new countries. I was always very interested in her adventures, so I decided […]

Courtesy of TeamWork Online, the Cubs currently have an opening for a Social Media and Public Relations Assistant, reporting to the Public Relations & Marketing Specialist. The Chicago Cubs are seeking a Social Media and Public Relations Assistant to help with the team’s social media programming, public relations and marketing outreach. As a member of […]

By Ryan Cruz ’12 As the Hopman Cup, Brisbane, Sydney, the Gold Coast, and Hobart adjourned, tennis eyes focus to the tennis Mecca down unda’ — The Australian Open — awaiting the on-court drama. This year, the Australian Open will be more intriguing and exciting than its predecessors. Our eyes turn to Melbourne for what […]

It is often said that for those aspiring to pursue careers in sport, you need to have an understanding of sales. This course will provide students with an overview of what constitutes sales within sport organizations, basic skills and knowledge associated with sales, how to create a sales culture, and how to use sales as […]

Sport Media Management major Nicole Sorce is now blogging for the Trenton Titans hockey team. The senior is writing about the “off-ice atmosphere” of the ECHL squad in her official “THE INSIDE SORCE” blog, which covers everything from warmups to social media to . . . the dance squad. To read more of Nicole’s experiences […]

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