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The Office of Marketing and Communications is located on the second floor of Francis Hall on the East End of campus. 

Contact:
Tom Missel
Director of Media Relations and Marketing
P.O. Box 2509, Office of Communications, St. Bonaventure University, St. Bonaventure, NY 14778
Phone: (716) 375-2303
Fax: (716) 375-2380
E-mail: tmissel@sbu.edu 


The Office of Sports Information is located in the Reilly Center. 

Contact:
Steve Mest
Interim Sports Information Director
P.O. Box G, Reilly Center, St. Bonaventure University, St. Bonaventure, NY 14778
Phone: (716) 375-2319
Fax: (716) 375-2382
E-mail: smest@sbu.edu
Web: www.gobonnies.com

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Parents of first-year students can stay in the campus loop with an e-newsletter from the First-Year Experience office. 
 
Faculty, staff and students receive weekday Notice Board announcements regarding upcoming events and activities. Employees can submit notices via notice-board@sbu.edu.

The University Style Guide, logos, and forms requesting publicity and publications are available on the Communications Office's page on my.sbu.edu.

SBU is host to myriad events for the campus and surrounding communities.

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Vaccaro, '89, again named New York state's best sportswriter

Jan 16, 2014 |

Mike VaccaroThe National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association has named Mike Vaccaro,’89, New York’s Sportswriter of the Year for the second year in a row.

Vaccaro worked as a columnist and reporter at the Olean Times Herald, Newark Star-Ledger, Kansas City Star, Middletown Times Herald-Record, and as the sports editor for the Northwest Arkansas Times before becoming a lead sports columnist for the New York Post in 2002. He has been honored with more than 50 awards since beginning his career.

In 2005, Vaccaro published “Emperors and Idiots: The Hundred Year Rivalry between the Yankees and Red Sox, From the Very Beginning to the End of the Curse”, and in 2007, “1941: The Greatest Year in Sports.”

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