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Sharp Notes Monday: ‘Getting Better’
Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin been an inspiration not only for his teammates, but for all of the nation.
A masterclass from ESPN
We are going to be teaching the first few hours of ESPN’s coverage from Monday night for decades in journalism programs.
Damar Hamlin, Kevin McCarthy and explanatory journalism
The stories of Damar Hamlin and Kevin McCarthy show the need for explanatory journalism.
Sharp Notes Monday: ‘Back in the U.S.A.’
Our sentiment, chosen for this week’s Sharp Notes Monday, is Chuck Berry’s ‘Back in the U.S.A.’
Seventy years ago today – in defeat, the greatest triumph of the ultimate hero of New Jersey, Joe Walcott
By Alan J. Steinberg Every summer, millions of Americans travel to the regions of Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia. In Philadelphia, they visit the shrines of American history, particularly Independence Hall, and in South Jersey, they are treated to the… Read More ›
Title IX has made a difference for women’s athletics, but the 50-year-old law still has a way to go
By Paula Scraba, Rachel Kimmel and Denny Wilkins The lacrosse ball soared through the air. Thump. It landed neatly into the net of Caroline Paterno’s lacrosse stick. Heart beating fast, she sprinted up the field, passing her opponents. She lifted… Read More ›
Political campaigns should take a break the way baseball does
By Richard Lee Major League Baseball will take its annual mid-season break for the All-Star Game this week. Wouldn’t it be great if political campaigns did the same? In political campaigns, the stakes are high and time is always short…. Read More ›
What to cover about the new Bills’ stadium
The Buffalo Bills, New York State and Erie County are nearing an agreement for a new stadium for the Bills. The stadium is expected to help the local economy, but it also will be costly for taxpayers. It also could… Read More ›
Poll shows New Yorkers favor Yankees over Mets
When it comes to baseball, New Yorkers have no political divides.