Having spent three years now in the Big House in Ann Arbor cheering on the Wolverines (yes, I even went last season when the Wovlerines weren’t too hot), one thing has caught my attention: the lack of wifi in this stadium is a huge problem and oftentimes a big stress inducer. For other millennia like me, … More The Future of Sport Stadiums
For an upcoming class debate, we will be arguing about online comment sections and whether or not they should stick around. I personally think that online comment sections do more harm than good, and if possible, should be removed. Why do I think this? 1. People are a lot meaner when they’re hidden behind a computer screen … More Down With Online Comments
Our final project focuses on the theme of “Future”. Here is an outline for my project. Story idea summed up in one line: My project will look at how bettering the wifi coverage in sports stadiums (or adding it if the stadium does not already have it) will maintain, and possibly increase, attendance at sports … More Final Project Outline
The beat of my blog is school spirit and since school spirit is typically showed at sports games, I sought out a journalist that primarily covers University of Michigan sporting events. Angelique S. Chengelis is a sports writer for The Detroit News and is a University of Michigan football beat writer. Chengelis is a Cincinnati native, but according to … More Chengelis: A UM Sports Writer
On November 28th, 2015, just two days after Thanksgiving Day, I sat down and interviewed my grandmother, Sandy Stehney, a.k.a., “Grammie”, for the Great Thanksgiving Listen. She reminisced on parts of her childhood, parts of my childhood, and came to the conclusion that her life has seriously been a great one. My interview with her … More The Great Thanksgiving Listen
To fit with my beat of school spirit I followed around University of Michigan cheerleader, Christina Shabet, as she prepared for a Michigan men’s basketball game. This is a photo story of the journey she takes to prepare for Michigan sporting events.
Digital natives today choose to take selfies to show others where they are and who they are with. The photo is usually ridiculous– intended to be funny — and is shared all across social media. As if the notion of taking a selfie wasn’t enough, there has been a resurgent of selfie sticks recently around the … More Selfie Sticks & School Spirit