Liam P. Sullivan is a communicator with a passion for storytelling. He is actively pursuing opportunities in communications and media following his graduation from Syracuse University in May 2017. Currently a senior studying Newspaper and Online Journalism at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, Liam is also working toward two minors — one in Marketing, the other in Information Management & Technology.
Liam's experience centers around writing and creating various media projects. He prides himself in being a leader, a listener and a tireless worker. He's confident that his media background, ability to connect with people and an insatiable desire to both learn and improve will serve him well as he looks to enter the world of media professionals.
Liam can be reached by email at [email protected]
Though he's looking to enter the world of media relations and content production, some samples of his journalism work are below:
Resting on a shelf in Paul Malone's office is a three-sided picture frame featuring his daughters. One side of the frame shows Margo Malone, Shannon Malone and Mary Malone donning St. Teresa of Avila cross-country uniforms together in middle school.
Aaron Golub has been through the motions thousands of times. He takes a deep breath to relax, claps his hands and runs to the line of scrimmage from the Tulane huddle. He crouches into his stance, prepared to long snap the ball.
Jenna Caira remains the school's all-time leader in wins, starts, ERA and recorded more than 1,000 strikeouts after graduating in 2012. A power pitcher, Jocelyn Cater hopes to follow in her mentor's footsteps and leads SU this season with 11 wins, a 3.55 ERA and 188 strikeouts, over 1.25 strikeouts an inning.
Max McCaffrey didn't grow up in the typical athletic family. His father, Ed, spent 13 seasons in the NFL and his mother played three years of Division I soccer at Stanford. His grandfather and two uncles spent their college days at Duke playing sports such as baseball, track and field, basketball and football.
Riley Donahue follows in family's footsteps while creating own name with Syracuse women Riley Donahue received her first lacrosse stick from her father before she was 6 years old. After watching her two older brothers Dylan and Collin play, she had been clamoring for one of her own.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Ange Bradley paced back and forth, rolling a ball across the top of Ocker Field before the start of the national championship game. After the University of Michigan received a record 10.7 inches of snow the day before, Bradley wanted to see how the ball played across the wet and cold blue surface - very much entrenched in the present.
The Jeckos were rabid Syracuse fans and traveled the hour from their home to watch the Orange play. Syracuse players often remained on the field at J.S. Coyne Stadium to sign autographs for fans. Jess Jecko, then a high schooler, was a mainstay among them - leaning over the handrail of the bleachers to say hi to head coach Ange Bradley.
Pokemon Go has managed to capitalize on four uber-trends that define modern retail: mobile, geolocation, social media and augmented reality.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Players dropped their sticks where they stood in favor of raised, clenched fists. Goalkeeper Jess Jecko flung her mask into the cage and smiled cheek-to-cheek. Even head coach Ange Bradley yelled and swung her arms high in the air, the most animated celebration she'd allowed herself all season.