By Matt Tracy ’13 The evolution of a semester is incredible. When I think back to when I first arrived in South Africa, I vividly remember the feelings of fear and confusion (but also lots of excitement!). I knew nobody — and had an extremely difficult time understanding the wide variety of local accents. I […]

My Internship Experience is a series where Ithaca College students talk about their time in the field of Sport Management and Media. Below, junior Sport Media major Sam Coppola shares his internship experience with News 12. By Sam Coppola ’14 This summer, I am interning for the sports department at News 12 Connecticut in Norwalk, […]

As part of a Sport Publications class assignment, students interviewed an alum/na working in the industry and then wrote a profile piece about the subject. Below, senior Sport Media major Brian Kibler profiles Seth Cantor ’03. By Brian Kibler ’13 If you follow baseball in earnest, you know the story. You’ve encountered it in a […]

By Ian Rebhan ’12 A year ago, this post was supposed to run as a grand finale to our series. For his entire junior season, we followed Tucker. We watched as he navigated through the scouts, letters, expectations and pressures of being a professional prospect — which isn’t easy for a 21-year old. From January […]

(Editor’s Note: The piece below was originally published on May 20, 2011; portions of the post have been updated. The finals rounds (16-40) of the 2012 MLB Draft take place today.) [UPDATE] Spoiler Alert. It happened: Oakland A’s, 23rd round, pick #709. By Ian Rebhan ’12 After countless questions, letters and phone calls, the season […]

Courtesy of TeamWork Online, below is an internship opportunity with the Milwaukee Bucks in their public relations department. The primary purpose of the position is to assist the public relations department in publicizing the daily in-season events of the Milwaukee Bucks basketball team, aggressively promote the team’s off-court corporate sales, ticket sales and community relations […]

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