Place of Origin: The Bronx (NYC)

   Fiifi Frimpong is a 23-year-old graduate student at the Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY in New York City. He is a multimedia journalist and hopes to specialize his work covering sports teams in America. He is usually searching for food recipes to prepare a meal, but always ends up ordering takeout from his favorite Mexican restaurant.   

In his free time, Frimpong enjoys attending New York Yankee games and hip-hop concerts. 

What animal would you be, and why?

A cheetah. They sport a beautiful, patterned coat and are the fastest land animals in the world. Cheetahs can reach speeds up to 70 mph. Don’t you wish you could run that fast?

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Stories by this Journalist...

Let The Kids Play: High School sports amidst COVID-19

A year has passed since the World Health Organization declared the novel coronavirus a global pandemic on March 11, 2020. Schools closed, the sports world froze and we were all subjected to our homes for months.

Atlanta Is The Most Mediocre Sports City In America​​

Think back to 1995 when Michael Jordan made his return to the National Basketball Association with his iconic message: “I’m back.” The first computer-animated feature film Toy Story hit theaters that year too.

Georgia Teacher Upset With School Reopenings​

As schools reopen across Georgia, school districts are allowing important decisions to be heavily influenced by parents while teacher’s safety concerns go unheard.

Black Experience At Woodward Academy​

When 20-year-old Shay Estelle transferred to Woodward Academy, her arrival continued a trend she was very familiar with. Her enrollment at the Atlanta private school became her fourth time being the “new kid” in school. She attended Whitefield Academy until sixth grade and spent seventh grade at Killian Hill Christian School. Grades eight to 10 were at Woodward. She studied abroad for 11th grade then returned to Woodward to graduate high school.

Woman Collegiate eSports Coach Talks Industry​

On her road to becoming the first woman head coach for a varsity esports program in Texas, Kaitlin Teniente credits her success to good fortune and active networking. But becoming a successful esports coach and maintaining that status requires specific, behind-the-scenes skills that viewers do not typically see.