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The Office of Marketing and Communications is located in Hopkins Hall. 

Tom Missel
Chief Communications Officer
P.O. Box 2509
Office of Communications 
St. Bonaventure University 
St. Bonaventure, NY 14778

B6 Hopkins Hall
Phone: (716) 375-2303
Fax: (716) 375-2380
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The Office of Sports Information is located in the Reilly Center. 

Steve Mest
Associate Athletics Director for External Relations
P.O. Box G, Reilly Center
St. Bonaventure University
St. Bonaventure, NY 14778
Phone: (716) 375-2319
Fax: (716) 375-2382
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Wieland to discuss latest book in talk at Olean public Library

Feb 14, 2020 |

Paul Wieland, retired full-time lecturer and current adjunct instructor in the Jandoli School of Communication, will introduce his latest book in a talk at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 5, at Olean Public Library.

“Taro Lives: Confessions of a Sports Hoaxer” (RPSS Publishing, 2019), traces the author’s career through his early days in the news business, where he pulled his first gags. Along the way he invents a Japanese hockey player named Taro Tsujimoto, soon a legend in the National Hockey League.

The imaginary player sets Wieland off on the pursuit of hoaxes for two decades, resulting in some of the strangest news announcements and sports television ever presented. 

Wieland is also the author of two nonfiction sports books, “And Then Perreault said to Rico” (Triumph, 2008) and “The Father… the Son…and the Sweet Sixteen” (Brown Hill, 2012); and a novel, "Arenaland" (2017), a satirical look at the sports business. Another book, ”Chasing Nigel,” a memoir of a life fishing, awaits publication.

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