I held positions of sports writer, sports editor and sports photographer for Georgia State University's newspaper, The Signal, over the course of two years. I'm a major in print journalism and have learned extensively about journalism, ethics and sports journalism specifically.

You don't have to have a formal education in journalism to be successful in this field. What you do need to have is desire and dedication as well as respect for the way things are supposed to be done. You also need an AP Stylebook. That is your bible.

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  • Michael Ifkovits posted 1906 days ago

    Michael Ifkovits

    Dude, I have read one of your articles (the poorly headlined why ND's soft schedule shouldn't hurt them)...and I know your agenda. You simply won't comments. Quit, man.

  • Shubbankar Singh posted 2006 days ago

    Shubbankar Singh

    Thank you so much for the praise (http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1267835-liverpool-fc-pros-and-cons-of-sending-raheem-sterling-on-loan). Writers live and die for such sorts of comments. Too bad online media only gives a 1D feel of your thoughts. It would have been so much nicer hearing that from people face to face.

    I shall work harder to ensure that you have a pleasant experience with my articles. Thank you once again.