A Man, Some Apples and a Dream to Change the World
Written by Cheyanne Mumphrey, Grace Fenlason and Kat Timmons; Filmed and Edited by Cheyanne Mumphrey
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ. — There are trees everywhere, the air is crisp and it smells like a freshly-made apple pie. One could think this is a relaxing countryside; however, there is work that needs to be done — apples that need to find their purpose. Whether it’s for selling as organic whole fruits or pressed into cider, Brian Maisenbacher is one of the few that work at Garland’s Oak Creek Lodge as an orchardist or as some would like to call an apple caregiver.
“My mission is to grow the highest quality organic food and distribute it locally and raise food awareness in my community,” Maisenbacher said.
"Bad News" in his blood: NAU Alum becomes professional boxer
Written, Filmed, Edited and Broadcast by Cheyanne Mumphrey
LOS ANGELES, CALIF. — You would think it was a dance by the way his feet sprung instinctively against the floor as the ropes vibrated surrounding him. As beads of sweat fell down the curve of his jaw, he threw a punch — pop.
Brandyn Lynch, 25, graduated from NAU in 2013 with a B.A. in public relations and advertising.
After growing up around the sport, Lynch has officially started a promising career as a professional boxer in Los Angeles, Calif.
As Eddie Murphy's nephew, Lynch has garnered quite a reputation in Los Angeles and in the boxing world.