Four years at The State News, and now it’s over. I stepped foot in this building before I ever went to a class.
A few weeks ago, I wrote about how I’m doing my best to avoid the daily rigors of the journalism industry. And even as I sit here writing this, I’m searching far and wide for the opportunities that will keep me afloat as I chase after my dream.
Four years ago, I first stepped foot into The State News. I thought I was starting my dream of a journalism career, even with all the talk of the journalism industry dying.
The recent trouble Derrick Nix got himself into with a traffic stop and drugs in the car could have a lot of people wondering what’s at stake for the MSU men’s basketball team’s future. Although the issue will affect the junior center and his future, I’m not sure his legal troubles will change the outlook of the team too much next season.
With the departure of leading wide receivers B.J. Cunningham, Keshawn Martin and Keith Nichol, along with tight ends Brian Linthicum and Garrett Celek, the receiving corps for the MSU football team is wide open. And with junior tight end Dion Sims as the only player with more than 10 receptions, the chances for the rest of the receivers are even greater.
- Olympian has issue pop up while accepting medal
- Fencing sports neat uniforms
- Anderson signs with Raptors
- Wood ends college career at MSU
- Notes to end the night from Phoenix
- Green, Thornton end Spartan careers
- Green grabs a dream in loss
- First half notes from Sweet 16 in Phoenix
- Homework, knee keep Dawson in Michigan
- Catching up with Coach Gus Ganakas
- Phoenix Pep Rally
- Costello named Mr. Basketball
- Majerus, Conklin get emotional, more laughs from Majerus
- First half notes from NCAA Tournament game two vs. Saint Louis
- What's a Billiken?
- St. Louis back in tournament
- Saint Louis' Conklin tackles MBA, not NBA
- Majerus, Izzo have some laughs at presser
- Spartans, Big Ten lead NCAA Tourney scoring
- Extras from post game Izzo presser