Thank you from Zack and I. We couldn’t have done it without you. Friday morning, I’ll be rappelling 21 stories down the side of the First Federal Building in Rochester. And you all helped The Boy Scouts continue to provide amazing programs for urban youth. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
The latest from Link includes an insightful post from Jackie Vetrano, who interned for Link Publisher Laura Kenyon this year at Geneseo, and lived to the tell the tale. ;)
”So, what are you doing after you graduate?” — A question students heading into their sophomore, junior and senior years are often pressured to answer. Many line up dream jobs in their head, but haven;t yet figured out how to get there. How do they solve the problem? …
Zack and I made this video as we look to raise money for the 21 Stories for Scouting event. Hopeful on May 17, if we raise enough money, I’ll be rapelling down a 21-story building in Rochester. If you want to help, check out this link.
This is an interesting take on the whole Te’o affair. And she’s right. Sports reporters everywhere failed big time in this. I’ll be publishing more thoughts in a piece I’m writing for Link in the coming days..
We talked about Lance Armstrong and Oprah in my “Reporting and Writing for Sports Media” class yesterday. How could we not? The entire Armstrong saga has been a serial lesson on the perils of joining the media peloton.
Then, as the hours ticked down to the airing of Armstrong’s…