Ohio City Photo Ops

Ohio City Photo Ops

This summer, thanks to the Cleveland Leadership Center’s (i)Cleveland program, I got to peer beyond the walls of my cubicle and spend time exploring the neighborhoods of Ohio City—an adventure that introduced me to new greenspaces and artwork and helped expand my perception of this area of Cleveland beyond Mitchell’s Ice Cream and the West […]

Goat Yoga? Maaaa-maste!

As a proudly-proclaimed Goat Washer—a name my parents coined after joking that I find so much enjoyment in seemingly strange activities that if someone were to create a “Goat Washing Club,” I would eagerly join and become its president—I often feel compelled to uphold my title by trying new activities of all varieties. When I […]

West Side Market

Back in October, I decided that I was going to study abroad in Argentina over winter break; 24 hours after I submitted my security deposit, the trip was cancelled because not enough people had signed up. I found out that I had the option to take part in a different journalism study abroad program– a […]

Say “Trees!”

This summer, people find Cleveland synonymous with two national spotlights: the Cavaliers’ NBA title and the Republican National Convention. The quieter, simpler attractions in Northeast Ohio are often overlooked by the teams and museums that make The Land famous (or infamous); however, there are scores of natural exhibits that, in my mind, Trump the city’s headline-earning events. (Feel […]

Going Pro at Edgewater Park

I recently splurged and bought myself a GoPro Hero 4 Silver Edition, and while I could argue that it’s becoming my closest adventuring companion, I’ll be the first to admit that the title of this post is a bit misleading– I’m definitely still in the process of mastering the art of Going Pro as a GoProer. (In […]

Rocking Around the Sandusky

Some girls look forward to receiving cute texts wishing them a good night, sans biting bed bugs. Others cherish waking up to thoughtful “good morning” messages, reminding them how they’re in the forefront of their significant others’ minds, even in the earliest of hours. I, on the other hand, was particularly satisfied one afternoon when I found […]

Hike Farther

Waking up the morning after a day of hiking covered in scrapes and feeling noticeably sore is a strong indicator of two things: 1. I’m rather out of shape, and 2. The previous day’s adventure was pretty successful. On this humid, overcast Saturday afternoon, I ventured to Cascade Park in Elyria, Ohio. In addition to several hiking trails in […]