Finding Your Way

By: Jeremy M. Evans, @JeremyMEvansESQ   “Houston, we’ve had a problem here.” Been hearing those words in your head lately? Are you tired of not working in a job that you love and finding yourself contemplating that the sports and entertainment industry is a difficult one to make a good name? For many, the answer

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Dear Younger Me: Don’t be Afraid

By: @AndrewSproul90 While my career is still young and I continue my search for the next opportunity to learn, these are things I wish I could tell my younger self. Dear Younger Me: 1. Don’t Be Afraid Your fear of reaching out and talking to someone in the athletics department could have given you 1–2 years earlier start

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Craving Leadership

By: Nicole Boyett, @nicolecbo “Attitude reflect leadership, Captain.” When I graduated from the University of Florida, my parents gave me a journal meant to keep the thoughts I felt so compelled to write down. I thought I’d never use it. Then I realized how quickly your memory could deteriorate after college. Now, I use the

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Now, Later and Forever

By: Olivia Phelps, @OliviaGPhelps It took me until the summer before my sophomore year of college to realize I wanted to pursue a career in sports journalism — that summer was five years ago. Since then I became the Sports Editor of my college newspaper, interned at the Washington Times, covered Georgetown women’s basketball, blogged for ESPN,

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