1. This HIGHLIGHTS reel is of a symposium from the Texas Program in Sports and Media in the College of Communication at UT Austin on doping in the world of cycling and includes discussion of actions taken by Lance Armstrong and others to cover up an internationally pervasive doping culture. The full version can be seen here: vimeo.com/65071416.

    Panelists weighing in on the subject include Greg LeMond (three-time Tour de France winner) and his wife Kathy, Betsy Andreu (wife of USPS cycling captain Frankie Andreu), Bill Bock (general counsel of US Anti-Doping Agency), and Reed Albergotti (white collar crime reporter, The Wall Street Journal).

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  2. Betsy Andreu and Bill Bock discuss Lance Armstrong and cycling's current doping controversies for the Texas Program in Sports and Media, an institution housed within the College of Communication at The University of Texas at Austin.

    A link to a full panel discussion of cycling can be found here: vimeo.com/65071416. Panelists weighing in on the subject include Greg LeMond (three-time Tour de France winner) and his wife Kathy, Betsy Andreu (wife of USPS cycling captain Frankie Andreu), Bill Bock (general counsel of US Anti-Doping Agency), and Reed Albergotti (white collar crime reporter, The Wall Street Journal).

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  3. Professor John Murphy, the Joe C. Thompson Centennial Professor of Advertising and Distinguished University Teaching Professor at The University of Texas at Austin, gives a lecture on how to develop and deliver effective presentations.

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  4. Jeremy Schaap, ESPN anchor and national correspondent, delivered the 2013 Deford Lecture in Sports Journalism on April 25. He is a New York Times best-selling author ("Cinderella Man: James J. Braddock, Max Baer, and the Greatest Upset in Boxing History") and a contributor to "ABC World News Tonight" and "Nightline."

    The Frank Deford Lecture in Sports Journalism is an annual celebration of the sports writer's craft, established after Deford’s address to The University of Texas at Austin campus in 2010. It is held annually as an event anchoring the Texas Program In Sports and Media's McGarr Symposium on Sports and Society.

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  5. Students from senior lecturer Robert Quigley's Mobile News App Design course showcased their iPhone app creations on April 27 at the Belo Center for New Media.

    There was a panel of judges from the Austin-American Statesman, Dallas Morning News, Texas Tribune, School of Journalism, a software company, and a design firm. Computer science and journalism students signed up for the new course, which required them to build build apps, write and shoot video.

    This video was produced by Efren Salinas, graduating master's student in the School of Journalism.

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