Mile News Tagged Michael Stember

Catching up with Michael Stember

April 27, 2020

The Jesuit High legend, 2000 Olympian and now a successful restaurant owner, Stember's next project will incorporate both of his passions.

By Henry Krueger '21, Editor-in-Chief, Plank

While Jesuit High School in Sacramento is known for producing great runners, Michael Stember ’96 was...

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Olympic Athlete Brings a Sushi Pop-Up to New York’s Infamous Happy Ending Bar

April 28, 2017

Former high school Mile ace and Stanford star: “That’s a performance that sushi lovers savor, I think, because it tells a more round and complete story. People like how open and interactive this omakase experience is.”

By Christina Perez, Vogue

Happy Ending, the dimly-lit and slightly...

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