Check out this Google map of good spots to check out while you’re in East Lansing for MIPA camp – restaurants, bookstores, coffee shops, etc.
This locker room is far from a trip to the spa. Other similar quotations hang over the rusty, 15-year-old green lockers. The locker room is about the size of a small classroom with an old wooden picnic table in the middle and chairs scattered all over the room.
“It all got really crazy really fast,” Carl Schimmel said. “Before I knew it, everyone was talking about it, and it was everyone’s Facebook status.”
Sparty winner for Brian Roberts Image Prep photography class.
As I sit in the Ford Expedition, my bottom already sore from the two-hour car ride, I look over at my twin sister, Aimee, and my good friend, Elle. They are both eagerly peeking out the window as we drive up to our final destination, the same place we go every year for the Fourth of July.
There is a war going on in Clifton, Ohio. Amid a quiet little college town a battle is being fought out on the uneven pavement of Calhoun Street, threatening the honor of an ancient and once proud family. Brother stands against brother. Father stands against son. The carnage can only be described, on a scale of one to six, at least a five.
Mostly, it’s all about chicken vindaloo.
Tubes slithered out of his body. He motioned to the cheap plastic cup on the table. He needed water.
The sports photography and sports coverage classes at the 2010 MIPA summer journalism workshop gave student journalists a chance to hone their storytelling skills by attending a Lansing Lugnuts baseball game.