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2017 Hockey Project – Coverage of Superstars
  • Kyle Morel examined the coverage of NHL Superstars in comparison to other sports for the 2017 Povich Center Hockey Project.

George Solomon’s March Column
  • Sportswriters, columnists, bloggers and Tweeters, are quick and often encouraged by their supervisors to offer their views and politics and issues outside the lines.

Review: OJ: Made in America
  • In ESPN’s “O.J.: Made in America,” a blurring of lines between an individual’s story and societal issues

George Solomon on African American Scribes
  • After a visit to the National Museum of African American History and Culture, George Solomon writes about the dearth of African Americans in the business.

Micha Powell Olympic Experience
  • Micha Powell, a senior in the Philip Merrill College of Journalism, was a member of the Canadian Olympic team at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro

George Solomon’s “Spring Things”
  • Director of the Povich Center George Solomon writes his annual spring column on happenings in the sports journalism world.

More From Our Students

SNCITPB: Jackie MacMullan
  • Your quick hits for May 1: The NFL’s racial divide. Ticket promotions help big league clubs draw in fans. Why there isn’t a ‘next Michael Jordan’ anymore. What gets passed down through the generations of baseball. The unlikely story of Spiros Velliniatis, the coach who discovered Giannis Antetokounmpo.  

Book Review: Shoe Dog
  • It’s a biography of Nike itself, tracing the organization’s journey from a “crazy idea” floating in the 24-year-old Knight’s mind in 1962 to a publicly traded fitness goliath in 1980.

Game Changer: Howard Cosell
  • Howard Cosell was a legendary, but also polarizing sports broadcaster for ABC for thirty or so years in the second half of the 20th century.

2017 Hockey Project:The Top 5 Hockey Books
  • From Ken Dryden’s book about his dominant, legendary career with the Montreal Canadiens to the controversy behind fighting in the NHL, there is a huge variety of stories to tell, which makes for a variety of outstanding hockey books.

Peter Mehlman’s Career Started at Maryland
  • Seinfeld writer Peter Mehlman began his writing career at the University of Maryland.

2017 Hockey Project – Coverage of Superstars
  • Kyle Morel examined the coverage of NHL Superstars in comparison to other sports for the 2017 Povich Center Hockey Project.

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