The Hawks undefeated season ended Saturday, as the fourth-seeded Glenbard North Panthers beat them 29-23 in the 8A quarterfinals. Advertisements
Having a day off of work at the hotel + being a photojournalist = taking pictures of elections I didn’t manage to get any funny pictures, since I seemed to be in all the wrong spots for any major action, … Continue reading
As we all know, tomorrow is election day. One man will become victorious in becoming the President of the United States.
The last election in 2008 I was still attending SIUC, and working at the Daily Egyptian. We got a few tips that people have started swarming the streets when Obama was announced the winner. It was a totally chaotic night, and well protected by the Carbondale police.
Here are two shots that I ended up with when I finally looked at my shoot at around 4am.
I don’t want to get into my political beliefs, but remember you have the right to vote (if you’re 18+, a legal citizen and registered), you can be the change you want to happen.
On Saturday, the Maine South Hawks beat the Conant Cougars 27-13, and rally on their way to the 8A quarterfinals where they will host Glenbard North. Here is the story I wrote for the Park Ridge Patch.
I came home from work yesterday to find that the main water line broke in front of our house. The crew abandoned watching Sunday football to fix this. To their, and our surprise once digging a giant hole, they decided they needed to cut our tree down in order to properly fix the pipe. What a Sunday funday.
The third-seeded Pirates beat the Wolves with a 69-42 offensive showdown in the first round playoff game in the 8A class. I wrote an article for Palatine Patch which can be seen here. The Pirates will now play the Schaumburg … Continue reading
Welcome fall. Just a few random images I took on this oddly warm October day in Busse Woods.