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Campus & Community

College Students Pay Just $1 Daily Admission for Remainder of State Fair, Free Transportation Provided by SU

Wednesday, August 30, 2017, By News Staff

In recognition of New York State’s world-class colleges and universities, the State Fair will offer college students $1 admission with a valid school identification beginning Wednesday and running through Labor Day. The promotion is one of four Special Fair Days…

Athletic Business

How to protect your sports trademarks

Saturday, August 5, 2017, By Ellen Mbuqe

Falk faculty members John Wolohan, Jeeyoon Kim and Patrick Walsh write for Athletic Business on how businesses can protect their trademarks. “Since companies, teams and organizations work hard and spend a lot of money to develop the right image, it is…

Campus & Community

Public Exhibition at SyracuseCoE Explains Transportation Alternatives for CNY

Monday, June 19, 2017, By Kerrie Marshall

The public is invited to a presentation of a “Feasibility Assessment of Sustainable Transportation (FAST): Syracuse,” a recent study on sustainable transportation alternatives for Central New York. The findings of FAST: Syracuse will be shared in a research and technology forum…

Media, Law & Policy

NBA Players Become Newhouse Students as Part of Annual Sportscaster U. Program

Wednesday, June 7, 2017, By Wendy S. Loughlin

The Newhouse School was the site of the 10th annual Sportscaster U. June 2-5, when seven current and former NBA players came to campus to train for careers in sports broadcasting. Sportscaster U., hosted by the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA)…

Campus & Community

Sport Clubs Student-Athletes Achieve Significant Success

Wednesday, June 7, 2017, By Shannon Andre

More than 1,400 students dedicate countless hours to practice, travel and games through their involvement in sport club teams during the academic just completed. This year, 49 registered teams with the Department of Recreation Services competed across the country, with…

Athletic Business

Do youth sports leagues need to protect their fans from assault?

Friday, May 5, 2017, By Ellen Mbuqe

Attorney and Sports Law professor John Wolohan writes for Athletic Business if youth sports leagues need to protect their fans from assault? In the article he writes: “According to the National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS), youth sports provide a…

Athletic Business

Sports Law Professor on the Seven Legal Cases that Impacted Sports During the Past 40 Years

Monday, April 17, 2017, By Ellen Mbuqe

Falk professor of sports law John Wolohan writes for Athletic Business The Seven Cases that Shaped Sports Since 1977, which examines the most important legal cases involving sports, fitness and recreation over the past 40 years  

Health & Society

Falk Sport Venue and Event Management Graduate Students Host Charity Golf Tournament to Benefit Vera House May 8

Wednesday, April 5, 2017, By News Staff

Graduate students in Falk College’s Department of Sport Management are hosting the Second Annual Sport Venue and Event Management Charity Golf Classic May 8 at Drumlins Country Club East Course beginning at noon. Monies raised will support Vera House’s comprehensive…

Health & Society

National Baseball Hall of Famers Roberto Alomar, Ryne Sandberg Headline Sports Dinner, Symposium April 21-22 in Syracuse

Monday, March 20, 2017, By Michele Barrett

[Update, April 12, 2017: Due to unexpected scheduling changes, the Baseball Legends Night Dinner planned for Friday, April 21, and the Baseball Analytics Symposium planned for Saturday, April 22, are cancelled. For more information, including details about refunds on ticket and/or table purchases, please contact the Department of Sport Management at 315.443.9881. The premiere of the documentary, “Analytics: Changing the Fan Experience,” will take place at a later date yet to be determined. Newly admitted students from the Class of 2021 who had planned to attend the April 22 Baseball Analytics Symposium can meet with faculty members from the sport analytics and sport management programs during the Falk College Admitted Student Reception taking place on Friday, April 21.]

Media, Law & Policy

Mike Tirico ’88 Returns to Newhouse, Talks Journalism, Sports, First Amendment

Friday, February 24, 2017, By News Staff

“That was fun last night,” sportscaster Mike Tirico ’88 said as he greeted students Thursday morning, referring to Syracuse men’s basketball’s win over Duke the previous night. “That’s why sports matters.” Tirico visited the Newhouse School’s Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium to…