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Humans of Community: Amadou Kouyate on Connection

Humans of Community: Amadou Kouyate on Connection

“Soccer has given me connections that are really important to me. I play it every day. And I’ve been playing it ever since I was six years old. I’ve met a lot of people through soccer because I’ve played for three clubs, which has been hard, especially because it was hard for me to get playing time after the first switch. But when I just switched to my new club, it was a lot more fun because now I start, which feels really good. I’m really close with most of my teammates I think it’s important to be close to your team because if you’re closer with your team, you’re gonna be a stronger team overall. You’ll have more fun and more chemistry.”

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Jonah Klein, Midnight Sun Editor-In-Chief
This is Jonah Klein's fourth year as a CHS journalist and designer. Starting as an introductory staff member, he worked his way up to Yearbook Design Editor and now heads the yearbook as an Editor-In-Chief. Jonah Klein is an avid traveler, jumping on every opportunity he is given to go anywhere and everywhere, capturing his ventures through photography and journaling. When not in school, he can be found working at Ricewood BBQ and working on side-design projects for organizations around Ann Arbor.
Daniel Ging, Photography Editor
Daniel (Danny) is a senior at CHS and this is his second year on staff, first as photography editor. His favorite part about journalism is capturing life around Ann Arbor to tell a story. When he's not editing photos, he can be found skateboarding around town or hammocking and slacklining in parks around Ann Arbor. He enjoys photography as both a hobby and a passion with most recently picking up film photography and film development.

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