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Freshman athlete works to be a force for change in adaptive sports

By | Apr 28, 2022

When Alexia Michitti, who was born with no right hand, was cut from a middle school basketball team, it was the first time she was told she could not do something because of her upper limb difference.


Professor teaches new course on name, image and likeness

By | Mar 24, 2022

As the country learns about the NCAA’s new Name, Image and Likeness policy, Ithaca College students have the chance to take a special topics class titled Personal Branding for College Athletes.


IC sports media major struggling to fix its widening gender gap

By | Mar 24, 2022

While the number of men in the sports media major at Ithaca College has continued to grow, the number of women has stagnated.


Two Ithaca College student-athletes attend NCAA convention

By | Feb 9, 2022

Two Ithaca College students attended the 2022 NCAA convention in Indianapolis, Indiana, and participated in the NCAA Division III Student Immersion Program.


Alumni cover the Little League World Series

By | Sep 2, 2021

Ithaca College alumni Emily Adams ’21 and Karl Ravech ’87 covered the Little League World Series for USA Today and ESPN, respectively.


Professor introduces course to focus on women in sport media

By | Mar 3, 2021

The Park School of Communications introduced a new course this semester to highlight women in sports media.


Professor earns national recognition for college sport research

By | Sep 18, 2020

Ellen Staurowsky has returned to IC’s sports media program just as her research on racial inequality in college athletics earns national recognition.


IC alumna killed by falling tree in Queens, NY

By | Aug 10, 2013

Pregnant Ithaca College alumna Yingyi Li-Dikov, M.S. ’08 is killed after being struck by a falling tree in Kissena Park in Queens. Li-Dikov is a 2008 graduate of the college’s now defunct master’s degree in sport management program.


Pay for play?

By | Sep 13, 2011

If you’re like me, ESPN’s probably near the top of your list of most visited sites, if not at the top. But what you might not have noticed on the Worldwide Leader’s website yesterday was an article about a report commissioned by the National College Players Association on the financial value of major college athletes.…