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The Student News Site of Ithaca College


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Jacob Villanueva 22 will join the Los Gallos Negros of the LFA in late January to start training for the teams 2024 campaign. Villanueva will play offensive line for the team.

Former Bombers’ guard makes the jump to professional football in Mexico

By Augustine Daudu, Contributing Writer January 24, 2024
Making a career in professional football is something only 1.6% of all collegiate football players will achieve. It can be even more difficult for athletes who did not go to Division I schools, which normally offer better training resources, more exposure to scouts and recruiters and a higher level of competition.
From left, seniors Matt Sosler and Nicholas Lubrano, Jennifer Sabatelle ‘94, and seniors Jayden Becker and Dane Richardson were all at Radio Row for five days before the 2023 Super Bowl.

IC students head to Phoenix for 2023 Super Bowl

By Billy Wood, Staff Writer February 14, 2023
The Super Bowl is one of the biggest events in the sporting world and 16 Ithaca College students were there to organize, interview and partake in their future careers in Phoenix.
Will Gladney. former wide receiver, celebrates after the Bombers win in the Cortaca Jug game at MetLife Stadium. Gladney is currently training for the NFL draft.

Big League Dreams: Former Bomber trains for NFL draft

By Connor Glunt February 20, 2020
Will Gladney, former Ithaca College wide receiver, is currently training at a performance clinic in Pennsylvania to prepare for the NFL draft.
“Gaga: Five Foot Two” is a Netflix documentary which follows Lady Gaga as she creates her album, “Joanne,” and prepares for the 2017 Super Bowl halftime show. At the same time, Gaga struggles with a debilitating hip injury.

Review: ‘Gaga: Five Foot Two’ humanizes eccentric pop star

By Liam Conway, Contributing Writer October 3, 2017
The story being told is a story of triumph — triumph over cultural adversity, triumph over family struggles and triumph over physical hindrances.
Twelve sport managment students and two professors had the opportunity to volunteer at the 2017 Super Bowl in Houston. They volunteered at the Super Bowl Live event, a fan festival outside of the stadium, where they ran different games.

Twelve Ithaca College students volunteer at Super Bowl in Houston

By Caitie Ihrig, Assistant Sports Editor February 7, 2017
Twelve students and two professors had the opportunity to volunteer at the Super Bowl in Houston. Senior Brandon Buksbaum talked about his experience.

College Briefing: Feb. 5

February 4, 2015
Alumnus sees success in Super Bowl commercial, Sustainability Leadership Series to host discussion, and more
Jason DeLand 98 speaks at Ithaca Colleges Mad Men Day on Dec. 1 as part of the alumni panel.

Marketing alumnus responsible for Budweiser Super Bowl ads

By Kristen Gowdy, Assistant Sports Editor December 5, 2014
IC alum helped found global marketing company that continues to thrive in a competitive environment.

Unconventional Super Bowl Ads Win the Game

By Nik DeCosta-Klipa February 3, 2014

Remember last year when Oreo blew up the social media world with this tweet following the Super Bowl blackout? [acf field="code1"] I still do.  And besides the usual Budweiser Clydesdale commercial,...

Football and Concussions: Popularity and Concern Coming to a Head

By Nik DeCosta-Klipa February 2, 2014

This year the National Football League got likely their most ideal conference championship and Super Bowl weekends possible.  While the Denver Broncos’ defeat of the New England Patriots plotted two...

Sherman’s March

By Nik DeCosta-Klipa February 1, 2014

Anyone who watched the NFC title game last weekend witnessed Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman spontaneously combust on the field after effectively ending the San Francisco ‘49ers’ season. After...


January 31, 2014
Your guide to the news and events in Ithaca today.

Kristy’s Corner: This Super Bowl will be perfect

By Andrew Kristy, Columnist January 28, 2014
Columnist Andrew Kristy previews Sunday's big game.
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