Columnist John Canzano writes about my coverage of University of Oregon's handling of a sexual assault allegation against one of its basketball players and the response to my reporting from Sen. Ron Wyden, also an Oregon alum.
Reporter Saul Hubbard writes about U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden's letter to University of Oregon president Michael Schill demanding more information about the school's handling of a rape allegation against an Oregon basketball player in response to my investigative reporting in Sports Illustrated.
The IRE Journal
A Q&A with me by IRE & NICAR's Erin McKinstry about my award-winning investigation on Oregon football player Pharaoh Brown's pattern of violent acts and the university's failure to respond. This interview appeared in the Fall 2017 quarterly issue of The IRE Journal.
Columnist Austin Meek unpacks my report on how University of Oregon students pay $5 million a year to the athletic department on things like free MacBooks for student-athletes and President Michael Schill's Autzen Stadium skybox, despite its claims of financial self-sufficiency.
The Washington Post
Editor and blogger Matt Bonesteel writes about my breaking news story in the school newspaper revealing an Oregon basketball player played the entire season, including the Final Four, while under criminal investigation for a sexual assault.
The Washington Post
Editor and blogger Matt Bonesteel writes about my coverage of Oregon football coach Willie Taggart's profanity-laced rant about a report by The Oregonian's lead Ducks beat reporter on a team workout that resulted in three players being sent to the hospital.
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Reporter Adam Harris writes about how my complaint to the University of Oregon's senate transparency committee prompted the school's general counsel an unusual public records request for a professor's emails, raising concerns about privacy and academic freedom.
Reporter Diane Dietz writes about how my complaint to the university senate's transparency committee over a public records request prompted the school's general counsel to demand a professor's emails with reporters, a gesture the professor said was "obviously designed to intimidate us."
Columnist Austin Meek writes about the Oregon athletic department's threats to revoke the Emerald's credentials as a result of my reporting and the general counsel's ensuing investigation into whether the athletic department violated the university's free speech policies.
Columnist John Canzano writes discusses how my investigative reporting about Oregon's star football player's violent acts, including beating two teammates in the locker room and attempting to strangle his girlfriend, offers a revealing glimpse into the program's troubling inner workings.