Thus far, my journey has been a challenging one. Finding sources that prove or disprove the question I am trying to answer has been difficult. However, I found 6 or 7 solid sources to help me answer my question: Why was Bill Zorn so significant to Eau Claire? This question is still not permanent yet because I am unsure if I want to change my question. However, the answer to that question has a few different directions, which made it complex. Bill Zorn was so important to Eau Claire because he was so involved at the University. He was Dean of Men, head football, basketball and track coach, and athletic director throughout his tenure at Eau Claire. Zorn was well-liked because he was very successful over the years. He was the most successful during his basketball years. Lastly, Zorn was loved by the faculty/staff at the university and by his players he coached. Everyone talked very highly of Zorn no matter what. Throughout my research, I have yet to hear a negative story about Mr. Zorn. With all of these reasons put together, Zorn made such an impact on Eau Claire that the university named the basketball arena after him. Of course I elaborated on this topics throughout my paper but this is a summary of what I was thinking and what I found out about Zorn.
2 thoughts on “The Journey Thus Far…”
Seems like you have found a lot of valuable information on Zorn and it seems as though he was a very awesome guy! I’d say take all your blogs and continue writing your essay, and maybe worry about changing the question after. See what you have the most information on and what is easiest to write about after collaborating all of your resources together. Awesome job! I’m glad I know a little bit more about Bill Zorn so far.
Sounds like you really learned a lot about Bill Zorn. It seems like he really was someone who was a role model for people to follow and emulate. After reading all of your posts and hearing about all of your sources, I actually want to go and research him myself. I’ve learned a lot about someone who impacted UWEC immensely. Great job.
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