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Weekly Roundup: April 18-24

In light of Dale Earnhardt’s recent announcement that he will retire at the end of the 2017 season, here’s a look back at Tommy Tomlinson’s feature on NASCAR’s most popular driver.

Outside the Lines of ESPN published troubling news from Indiana University on its treatment of injured athletes.

With the NFL Draft coming up, Rob […]

Weekly Roundup: April 11-17

Ryan O’Hanlon lays out what we as fans already know. Playoff basketball is very different than regular season basketball.

Russell Westbrook’s high school teammate and close friend collapsed and died on the court in the middle of a game.

Isaiah Thomas lost his sister to a car wreck, then had an epic performance in Game […]

Sports Journalism alums join current students for career panel

By Mark Alewine

INDIANAPOLIS- Two IUPUI sports journalism alums joined current students in the program for a career panel detailing their stories in navigating the sports industry and building their careers.

Kate Guerra and Katie Donnar fielded questions from students as well as panel facilitator, Dr. Pamela Laucella, covering everything from how to deal with […]

Weekly roundup: April 3-April 10

The strange story of how Swansea City’s mascot, Cyril the Swan became an assault suspect

Monty Williams lost his wife in a car accident last year. Sports Illustrated does a searing portrait of a grieving man and the rebuilding of a family

Sally Jenkins writes about Sergio Garcia’s first Masters win, which was a long time […]

Postcard from Arizona: Reclaiming a dream on a championship night

My first sports story was to cover a girls’ softball game at William Blount High School in Maryville, Tenn.

It was cold day in early Spring. The sky was overcast and gray with a constant threat of rain. I paid to get in, not knowing any better, and I sat on the top row of cold, […]