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November 25, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Don’t Mess With Deadspin: A Public Relations Lesson of What Not To Do

By | Mar 26, 2014

Unless you’re looking for your messages to be publicly mocked online and/or have your email inbox obliterated, I would encourage not attempting to persuade the editors of Deadspin.com to censor their writing. 

The Real “Madness” Is Off-Court for the NCAA

By | Mar 24, 2014

It’s ironic that on the same week of the event that generates 90 percent of the NCAA’s revenue, an anti-trust lawsuit was filed against it that cuts at the legs of the amateurism upon which the institution stands.

A Look Back on the Off Court Impact for Mid-Majors in the NCAA Tournament

By | Mar 20, 2014

The madness of the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship kicks into gear for real starting today (sorry, “First Four” play-in games, I’m not counting you), with the first two hectic rounds continuing through the weekend and providing fans with baskets of entertainment bliss. 

Letters don’t make a student’s grade

By | Mar 19, 2014

It’s no secret I’m obsessed with getting good grades.

Guest commentary: Growing Ukraine conflict hits close to home

By | Mar 19, 2014

In the past several weeks, the crisis in Ukraine has received international attention because of violent protests and threats of Russian invasion.

Guest commentary: Career Services shifts away from personalized service

By | Mar 19, 2014

I have worked at the Office of Career Services as a student assistant since August 2011 and have thoroughly enjoyed my time at the office.

Editorial: Teacher’s peeve

By The Ithacan | Mar 19, 2014

The rapid implementation of new state requirements gives education seniors little time to prepare for graduation

Editorial: ‘An Inside Look’ has hazy view

By The Ithacan | Mar 19, 2014

The removal of the overnight portion of ‘An Inside Look’ accepted students program prevents ALANA students from getting a full view of the college

Bomber for Life: Former student-athletes are returning to campus as assistant coaches

By | Mar 19, 2014

When some student-athletes graduate, they want to stick around campus a little bit longer.

My Bracketastrophe

By | Mar 18, 2014

Once again it’s that time of year again: March Madness. 

Corruption fuels Venezuelan riots

By | Mar 5, 2014

As the world is captivated by the events unfolding in Ukraine, it seems mainstream news has forgotten about another nation, Venezuela.

Guest commentary: ‘Ready’ for anything despite indecision on career path

By | Mar 5, 2014

If I could go back to a certain time in my life, it would be to the time I first walked past the big yellow number countdown on the window of the Office of Career Services and I didn’t understand what it meant.