Tag Archives: Sports Illustrated

“Why is this so good?” Lee Jenkins writes about the impact of Kyrie Irving on the city of Cleveland

While looking up articles about the Cleveland Cavaliers, I came across this article called Kyrie Irving’s Burden by Lee Jenkins on the Sports Illustrated website. This article was written in the spring of 2012 as Irving was emerging as the NBA’s next superstar. It … Continue reading

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Ayan’s Media Analysis: Homosexuality and Sports

By: Ayan Jama The article from @longreads I chose to read was about Gareth Thomas and his struggles with coming out of the closet. In the world of sports men are portrayed as masculine beings. They aren’t afraid of anything … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: The Wall of Language

Major League Baseball interest me the best since and before I came to the U.S. Baseball is the most famous sports in my native country, Japan, and some Japanese baseball players are playing an active part in MLB. After the … Continue reading

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Students choose Facebook over any other media

Surveyed U of O students don’t take interest in news By: Jaimie Goldstein EUGENE—Students at the University of Oregon spend hours online, but not reading headlines—they’re reading status updates on Facebook.             In an unscientific survey of 10 freshman and/or … Continue reading

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Interesting Story Alert

I couldn’t figure out what to write about this week in our weekly journalism blog. I resorted to the fall back tactics of typing journalism in search engines and seeing what comes up. I came across some really interesting articles … Continue reading

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