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JOUR328B - Special Topics in News Writing & Reporting: Sports Reporting and Writing  

Resources to support class assignments in Prof. Kevin Blackistone's Jour328B course.
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Libraries and Special Collections in Maryland Athletics Print Page

Contacting University Archives

For individual assistance with athletics materials in the University Archives, contact University Archivist Anne Turkos ( or 301-405-9060) or Assistant University Archivist Jason Speck ( or 301-405-9297). 

Visiting Special Collections

For more information on visiting Special Collections and accessing materials from the University Archives, see: 

Library Website

For more information about the University Libraries, visit our website:


Printing, Copying and Scanning

You can pay for printing and copying in the Libraries by purchasing a Photocopy Card in the Libraries for $1.00. The card costs .80 cents, and you can add additional funds to it to pay for copying or printing.

The Libraries also have FREE scanners available for use.

Maryland Athletics Materials in Special Collections

Hornbake Library houses a variety of archival materials on the history of athletics at the University of Maryland. Several starting points for research are:

Additional Special Collections

In addition to the materials housed at Hornbake related to journalism and journalism history, the Libraries have many other Special Collections to support your research:


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