Keanu Reeves

June 4, 2019

Life was never just a walk through for Keanu Reeves. At age 3 he watched his dad walk out and abandon the family. He attended 4 different high schools due to his moms struggles with divorce. Learning was never easy for him as he dealt with dyslexia. At age 17 he dropped out of high school and moved to L.A, obtaining a green card through his step dad. At age 23 his best friend died of a drug... Read more

The Gym

June 4, 2019

Discovering your strength can be an ultimate goal for life. But what is the strength you are looking for and where is the source? Attending a gym could be one source for becoming stronger or more physically fit. However, it seems there is more that can be gained from attending a gym than just getting into “better shape”. From a short synopsis of my own experience, I have discovered that there... Read more

Saving Lives

May 16, 2018

Give a double tap for this guy. 81 year old Australian ‘James Harrison’ has ended his reign of giving blood. He donated blood over 1.1k times saving over 2.4 million babies lives. His blood contains a very high level of an antibody that is used to prevent hemolytic disease of the newborn, which is a deadly disease that can occur when mothers and their babies don’t have compatible blood. He... Read more

J.K Rowling

May 1, 2018

She had been rejected by several colleges before finally getting accepted. She dealt with a variety of family issues including divorce and the passing of her mother due to multiple sclerosis. Writing was always her getaway from it all, which eventually led her to the creation of Harry Potter. After she moved in with her sister following the divorce, she finally finished the manuscript for the very... Read more

Elon Musk

April 25, 2018

Many know him from Tesla and SpaceX, but the legend of Elon Musk started much sooner than that.

Early Stages:

Elon Reeve Musk was born on June 28th, 1971 in South Africa. He was always described as introverted and someone who kept to himself. He was so quiet that his mother once believed he was deaf because he rarely ever spoke. Growing up wasn't easy for Musk as his parents divorced when he was... Read more

Jim Carrey

April 25, 2018

Life wasn’t always easy for star actor Jim Carrey. He faced a lot of struggles growing up:
• Was dyslexic and struggled in school
• Had a hard time making friends
• Family struggled with poverty
To help make ends meet, Carrey worked as a janitor after school for 8 hours a day. The exhaustion of it all got to him as he couldn’t focus in class, so he dropped out of school at the age of 15.... Read more

Colonel Sanders

April 25, 2018

• At age 5 his father died
• At age 16 he quit school
• At age 17 he had already lost 4 jobs • At age 18 he got married
• He then joined the army and washed out there
• He then applied to law school and got rejected
• He became a salesman and ended up failing
• At age 19 he had a baby daughter
• At age 20 his wife left him and took their daughter.
He continued to fail over and... Read more

Andre Ingram

April 16, 2018

After a decade in the G-league, Andre Ingram got the call of his life. Growing up he had one dream, to play in the NBA. He graduated from American University in 2007 and immediately went to the G-league after not getting drafted. He was only getting paid 19k a year from basketball so to make ends meet he worked as a teacher on the side. Fast forward 10 years and he’s still grinding away...... Read more

D1 Bound

April 2, 2018

Duncan Robinson is far more than just a D-1 basketball player for Michigan, he’s a player who never gave up on his dreams. Robinson used to be a D-3 player for a small college out of Mass called Williams College. He then made the biggest move of his life, transferring to a top tier conference to play for Michigan. Within his first year he became a starter and made a huge impact for the... Read more


March 30, 2018

Nevest Coleman was the groundskeeper for the White Sox in 1994 when he was wrongfully convicted of rape and murder. With new DNA evidence, he has been proven innocent and freed from prison after 23 years. Now the White Sox have welcomed the 49 year-old to take his job back with open arms!


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A Michigan Miracle

March 30, 2018

Loyola- Chicago may have a story in Sister Jean, but Michigan has an incredible story of their own with senior Austin Hatch. The once recruited basketball player will be sitting the bench for Michigan in a suit and tie, not uniform. He’s continued to be a part of the team, but is unable to play due to some life changing events that happened in his life. Flashback to when he was just 8 years old.... Read more

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