What are you doing when you aren’t at The Clipper?

When I’m not at the Clipper, I work as the manager of a sports training complex in Everett called The Rage Cage. We have 8 outdoor public batting cages for baseball and softball. Along with outdoor cages, we also have an indoor turf field that many of the high school and select baseball/softball teams use for their year-round training. I also like to just hang out with my friends and have a good time.


What interests you about journalism?

Arguably now more than ever, journalism is a vital process to keeping those in power in check. Storytelling is one of the cornerstone pieces in basic communication; evolving from pictures in a cave, to articles in the newspaper. There will always be a story to tell and news to report. Without journalism, people in power won’t be held to a higher standard.


What is something you think everyone should do at least once?

I believe everybody should try to sneeze and keep their eyes open at least once in their life.

Daniel Albert, Assistant Editor

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