Monthly Archives: October 2006

Inside a Student-Athlete’s Daily Routine

It’s interesting to see what regular students say about athletes.  I would say that 90% of the time, they are like “Wow, you are so lucky to be an athlete.”  Some thing that athletes “are spoiled” or “all the classes […]

Class, Football, and Internships: A day in the life of a USC Grad Student!

Hi everyone, Wow– it’s been a long time since I posted!   Lots of things are going on– midterms are over for me– :)– but what does that mean?  Time to work on my final projects!  Wait a minute– FINALS??!!  […]

Update on Landis Case: Using the Internet to Communicate to Publics

Floyd Landis is using a different strategy to get his message across to people– the Internet.  Landis has posted documents and even a powerpoint presentation on his web site about his crisis.  Even though it has been a couple of […]

University of Georgia: Academic Reputation in Jeopardy after Graduation Rates among Athletes

A few days ago, I posted on how important it is for athletes to think about their future after they are done with their athletics.  I found another case in which a university’s academic reputation may be affected by how […]

Using a Coach’s Image: Fan makes T-shirts with a Cartoon picture of Arkansas Football Coach Houston Nutt

What would you do if you found out that someone was using your picture to put on T-shirts?  Also, what would you do if the message on these T-shirts was negative and could hurt your “image” or reputation?  Well, this […]