Michael Hosbein

Stories from Michael Hosbein

Tuesday, May 29th, 2012
This past Friday, Facebook, one of the top 20 biggest brands in the world, went public.  It joined the NASDAQ stock market with an Initial Price Offering (IPO) of $38.00 per share, one of the largest in history.  Despite Facebook’s worldwide renown however, the stock has had a shaky start in its first two days of trading.  Because of Facebook’s widespread popularity, incredible growth, and astounding success over the past years, traders expected the stock to increase in value.  Many quandaries, however, such as a delayed opening, high initial IPO and last minute change in IPO, and confusion wi
Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

On Friday, February 16, the Chatham High School Junior Class hosted a peculiar event: a fundraising “People Auction.”  The Junior Class Officers thought of running a fundraiser to benefit the financials of their class, their fellow peers, and their community.  With these factors in mind, they developed the Junior Class People Auc

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011
Soccer has been one of Chatham’s most coveted teams throughout the town’s history.  Even when the Chatham Borough and Chatham Township high schools were separate from each other, the games were popular events and heavily attended by town fans.  It has been the dominant sport in the Chatham High School for decades, and their record this year shows a continuation of such success.
The varsity team, coached by Gene Foca, definitely had a successful game this year.  The team took home the county and conference championships; both of which are two prestigious titles.
Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

On Tuesday October 18 in Zanesville, an Ohio police received a startling phone call. The woman who dialed 911 reported that a bear and a lion were wandering throughout her yard. Despite the peculiarity, however, the woman was indeed seeing the animals roaming in her yard in Ohio. The animals belonged to Terry Thompson, an exotic animal owner from the mentioned town.