It took Seattle Seahawks defensive Richard Sherman roughly 25 seconds to change the focus of the NFC championship from his game-saving deflected pass against the San Francisco 49ers to a much deeper discussion about heroes and villains in sport and perceptions of race in America.
In an interview with Fox’s Erin Andrews immediately following the game, ...
The Department of Sport Management and Media, in conjunction with the Native American Studies Program, will welcome guest speaker Kandice Watson to campus Wednesday, December 11 at 7:15 p.m.
Kandice, a representative of the Oneida Indian Nation, will present the views of the Oneida Indian Nation and examine the controversy regarding the Washington professional football team name and...
St. Louis has long been recognized as one of America's best baseball cities and the Cardinals one of its best-run franchises. But after winning their fourth National League pennant in 10 years, the Cardinals are not necessarily the plucky darlings from the Midwest anymore. In some fans' eyes, they're the enemy.
Ithaca College senior Sport Media student Matthew Stenberg is interning with Sirius XM radio this fall through the ICNYC program. He will share some of his experiences of living and working in New York City in this blog. Check back for updates.
Post from 9/13
New York City is one of the mostly densely populated cities in the world. There are people...
With the Miami Heat on the verge of their second straight NBA title, there are few people with a better perspective on their historic season than Gavin Cote '12.
Cote, an Ithaca College Sport Media grad, has been an integral part of the network's NBA coverage this year. As Content...