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LISTEN: Should sports journalists like Jemele Hill offer their political views, such as calling President Trump a ‘white supremacist’
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Oregon’s Willie Taggart apparently ends his boycott of Oregonian. Lesson: Don’t give in to bullying by coaches
College coaches Oregon’s like Willie Taggart need to handle pressure. They drill their players to be tough and resilient, but they act like children when a reporter uses words they do not like. In this instance, Taggart telling Oregonian reporter … Continue reading
I shared potential stories related to our campus before hearing my students’ ideas in my Advanced Reporting course this morning. In this photo, for instance, students could go around academic buildings to see if profs still post cartoons outside their office. At … Continue reading