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Steve Derderian

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The Hot Stove: Thursday night hurting NFL teams

Thursday Night Football games are hurting NFL teams and most importantly, its players.

Outdoor adventure leadership majors adventure travel across America

12 outdoor adventure leadership majors spent 90 days adventure traveling across America in Spring 2014.

The Hot Stove: MLB steroid use still unjustified

Columnist Steve Derderian believes steroid use in baseball should not be used to increase the sports’ popularity.

The Hot Stove: Golf’s popularity fluctuating in United States

While golf’s popularity is fluctuating in the United States, it is beginning to flourish in other countries.

The Hot Stove: Ithaca College Student Government Association athlete seat remains irrelevant

The Ithaca College Student Government Association has yet to fill both of its athletics representative spots this semester.

The Hot Stove: Empire 8 lacking proper competition

Columnist Steve Derderian believes that the Empire 8 does not proper enough competition for most Bomber teams.

Recent Ithaca College graduate competes in international rowing event

This summer, former Bomber rower Erik Frid ’14 competed in the Under-23 Double Sculls World Championships in Italy.

The Hot Stove: NCAA settlement is a step in the right direction

With the NCAAs recent settlement with its student-athletes, it may lead to an increase in fairness for players.

The Hot Stove: New Ithaca College athletics logo falls flat

Columnist Steve Derderian believes the new athletics logo falls short of expectations.

The Hot Stove: Why summer college baseball matters

Steve Derderian shares his opinion on summer collegiate baseball and why the sport has expanded beyond being just a sporting event.

Ithaca roller derby league seeks new practice venue

The Ithaca League of Women Rollers is hoping to find a new practice venue so that its sport may continue to thrive in the community.

Physical therapy professor appointed faculty athletics representative

Professor Barbara Belyea has been named the new faculty athletics representative, replacing Professor Wenmouth Williams.