Everything you need to know about this course is found here, including course objectives, textbooks and course policies.
Here is the schedule. It includes lecture topics, links to most readings and due dates. There may be differences for grad students and seniors.
You want an A, right? In the immortal words of Montell Jordan, "This is how we do it." Additionally, grad students will find the prompts for their papers.
PROFESSOR'S CONTACT INFORMATION
Twitter: @mollyyanity | @QUjournalism
Class hashtag: #JRN450
Do not call my personal phone or text
SPRING 2019 OFFICE HOURS
Mondays 9:30-11 a.m.
Tuesdays 9:30-11 a.m.
Wednesdays 9:30-11 a.m.
* or by appointment
** For this class, it is required you keep informed of current events in sports. However, staying on top of your fantasy football team, or memorizing the stats of the Boston Red Sox players is not what your professor has in mind. Rather, pay attention to what is happening off the field. Issues the media have covered the last several years include domestic violence, sexual assault, concussions and other athletes' health-related issues, labor disputes, tax-payer subsidized stadia/arenas, massive TV contracts and more.
To stay up to date, start by following the following journalists: Shireen Ahmad, Steve Berkowitz, Julie DiCaro, Mike Freeman, Patrick Hruby, Sally Jenkins, Jessica Luther, Diana Moskovitz, Etan Thomas and Dave Zirin.