Mitchell Steinberg is a Junior in Journalism II. He wants to play Varsity football for Glenelg when sports return, but he does not know what position he will play other than his desire to long snap. He also plays Varsity Tennis where last year his season did not even start before quarantine blocked it from any action. He joined the new Glenelg Stocks Club where he is the Social Media Coordinator, and he is a new member of FCA, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. All these clubs are new for him as both his freshman and sophomore year the extent of his activeness at the school extended no farther than sports teams. This past summer he was able to go to Ocean City which became one of his new vacations, as time flies and the amount of stress at the beach as a teenager is nearly nonexistent, and he was still able to go on a staple trip for my family at Deep Creek Lake even with the pandemic. As for his future plans, after graduating high school he wants to major in finance or law and become either a sports agent if he goes the finance route or be a tax/will lawyer like his father. His dream school would be the University of Maryland where he would join his sister, Gabby, who is currently a freshman and his older cousin, Jacob Kersh, who is a sophomore, the move to the University of Maryland would keep him close to home and within driving distance of his brother, Mason who attends McDaniel College in Westminster. This year in Journalism will be even more technologically based, but sadly he is disappointed that with virtual learning the class is only one semester and not the full school year. Another big aspect of Journalism that he missed is the class discussions where many jokes are cracked and the many guest appearances from Mrs. Currie Scott.