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Sports in Society: Why Is This So Good?

By: Michaela Gilmer The circulating story and investigation about Donald Sterling, owner of NBA team the Los Angeles Clippers, unbelievable and hurtful racist comments about all minorities continues to generate frustration and anger from sport fans, critics, athletes and the general … Continue reading

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Sports Broadcasting Blog: Why’s This So Good?

On March 11th Sage Steele, host of NBA Countdown on ESPN/ABC, had a short feature news story written about her. It was a day that someone recognized her talents and all the hard work that she puts into her career … Continue reading

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Football: Why’s this so good? Wright Thompson on Lionel Messi

Michael Jordan’s 50th birthday was right around the corner and like every MJ fan in the world I was feeling nostalgic looking at highlights and reading articles then I stumbled on to Wright Thomson’s “Michael Jordan Has Not Left the … Continue reading

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The Curtained Doorway

By Travis Loose The air smells sweet and slightly perfumed. Red lights illuminate the areas that aren’t already glowing from the black lights. The music vibrates the floor, the walls, the chairs, the stage — spotlights of varying colors swirl … Continue reading

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Introducing Arturo “Tito” Onesto

I am Arturo “Tito” Onesto, I am a student at the University of Oregon majoring in Journalism and minoring in business. My dream is to cover sports around the world, mainly covering soccer and basketball for networks like ESPN, SportsIllustrated, or … Continue reading

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Sports Broadcasters on Twitter

by Allie Burger With Twitter’s increasing popularity, it is easy to follow closely the lives and reports of the best female sports broadcasters of today. From live game updates to feature links to personal stories and quirky inner thoughts, Twitter … Continue reading

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Beat Blog: The Top Tweets about Professional Snowboard Photography

There are lots of magazines and companies that share current news and updates on the world of snowboarding and photography. Most of these people who do have a twitter account, do not tweet exclusively about snowboard photography, but there are some that … Continue reading

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How College Students Gather News

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Beat Blog: Female Sports Broadcasters

By Allie Burger The number of women sportscasters featured on major networks has increased significantly over the last ten years. This blog showcases the talents of the superb women sports broadcasters who have begun to dominate sports television, as well … Continue reading

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Why This Is So Good

By: Aleecia Moss The field of sports writing and reporting hasn’t always been so diverse and filled with positions held by both men and women. An article written by Christina Kahrl titled “Get Used to It: Women Cover Sports,” that … Continue reading

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