March 2, 2015
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Steve Derderian

The Hot Stove: Deaths put sport into perspective

Recent experiences have caused columnist Steve Derderian to put his athletic career in perspective.

Junior varsity and club teams provide options for athletes

Student-athletes find other non-varsity athletic opportunities through junior varsity and club teams on campus.

The Hot Stove: Athletes pay the price for outside cheating

Columnist Steve Derderian examines the latest sports scandals in the national spotlight.

The Hot Stove: Reinstate the IC vs. Cornell rivalry

Columnist Steve Derderian believes the athletic rivalry between Ithaca College and Cornell University is beneficial for both schools.

The Hot Stove: ECAC passes long overdue measure

Columnist Steve Derderian discusses the ECAC’s new policy on student-athletes with disabilities.

The Hot Stove: Renouncing my NFL fandom

Columnist Steve Derderian asserts his take on the Super Bowl and the surrounding NFL controversy

The Hot Stove: Men’s basketball showing promise

Columnist Steve Derderian examines the men’s basketball team potential to find consistency in the program

The Hot Stove: Parental influence curbs child athletes

Columnist Steve Derderian comments on Professor Miranda Kaye’s faculty research on the effects of parental pressure on child athletes.

The Hot Stove: Moving on after varsity athletics

Columnist Steve Derderian shares his view on student-athletes inevitably moving on from their respective sports.

The Hot Stove: Turkey-day football bigger than NFL

There are many kinds of football that happen during Thanksgiving, besides the NFL.

The Hot Stove: One last Cortaca Jug for senior class

The football team’s senior class has one final chance to win the Cortaca Jug.

The Hot Stove: Minimizing harm key for esports

Columnist Steve Derderian believes we need to minimize the potential harm that comes with esports, rather than debate whether or not it’s a sport.



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