Regardless of final assembly, thousands of Americans are employed mining ore, milling steel and stamping parts, some of which will one day become my ride, and maybe, just maybe, I saw part of my new car being made yesterday in Chicago Heights.
Aspiring journalist Fruzsina Eordogh dropped out of Loyola University Chicago last spring, just a few classes shy of graduating. Saddled with $50,000 in student loans, she decided that spending more time in class would derail her from pursuing opportunities in the job market.
Shooting the end of a major game is always a rush and tonight I lucked out capturing the player of the game jumping for joy with his teammate as one of their opponents looked on.
I had the pleasure last night of shooting a college team that is very familiar to me – the University of Kansas Jayhawks. Why do they call it KU? Is everyone in Kansas dyslexic or just backwards?
For the first time in two years I photographed March madness games last night. A question came to mind as well. Is the existence of cheer leaders sexiest?