post 7.1.18 I am currently writing this post from Big Tree Lodge (where they actually have wifi that works) in Yosemite National Park. Tomorrow I am visiting and hiking around Sequoia National Park before driving down to Disneyland! These last few days in the outdoors–hiking, biking, swimming, relaxing– have been absolutely breath taking. The views … More Nature’s Calling
My summer has been quite busy and I have had little down time. This post is not to excuse me for not meeting deadlines if I have done so, but to just let you guys know what a cool summer it has been. June 4th-end of summer–I am an intern within WCPO Channel 9’s Career … More Busy Summer
As my first year as a journalist concludes, I have found out about so many cool opportunities through my passion of journalism and learned new things about myself. I would first like to say thank you to Logan Campbell–Warpath’s Editor-in-Chief– and all of the seniors who brought their experience, personality, and leadership to class. Mr. … More The End to a Beginning?
A documentation of a crazy, difficult, and fun three days. Thursday, April 26, 2018 8:11 a.m. I wake up energized having a good night’s sleep for once in a while. 8:25 a.m. I get out of the shower and feeling refreshed. I have a big day ahead of me. 8:59 a.m. My mom and I are at the … More Running on Fumes
I am a low-budget blogger so I cannot embed a quiz into my post (I don’t have premium). So lame right? I created via QuizYourFriends.com and decided to just copy and paste ‘er in. Here it is… Jacob’s Quiz (click here).
As I lay in bed this is what is in my head: my brain is fried, and I wish to be on the ocean side. Spring break is soon––lazy after noons are soon. Opening Day is less than two weeks away meaning baseball is back for the dog days. The marathon of the school year … More Blank Title
As I walk through the doors of the arena, I hear the pep band playing fight songs, I see colors of red and blue everywhere, and I smell the cinnamon roasted nuts baking. This is UD Arena. I can feel the electric and buzz the fans have, all 13,409 of them. We are all packed in … More Dayton– The Mecca of College Basketball?
I think it is safe to say that many people in school and sports downplay achievements and accolades awarded to them (except when it comes to college applications). I think a few exceptions come to mind… winning state championships, setting a record, etc. On Sunday, I was recognized with seven other Scouts for our achievement … More Down Playing Achievements
On January 13th, 2018, a life changing event occurred. Okay, maybe not life changing but, it made me realize what I and many people take for granted. On that date in history I broke my wrist while snowboarding with my friends and scouts of Troop 149. The next day I received a splint on my … More January: A Tough Month
I found a great app last year and I am still continuing to use it. It is Life Cycle. I love how I am able to look back at my day, week, month, or even year and see what I did, and where I was. Yes, it is strange that the app and developers know all … More An App for That