Tuesday, September 25, 2007
I think that the most important for a journalist to be is curious. In the point it says good journalists enjoy the details. Details are a major part of a story. Without significant details, a story lacks interest. Good journalists research and find all the details for their story. They take pleasure in the new and the old means they don't stop until they discover everything. A good journalist doesn't finish the story until they include all the details and there curiousity is fufilled.
Wednesday, September 5, 2007
Pop machines are necessary at Edina High School. Students depend on caffeine in the mornings to wake them up so they are energiZed for a day at school. Without the pop machines, students are going to be getting tired in class more often. Students should be responsible enough to know if they can drink pop or not. It's not up to the school board to decide what we drink or eat if it's legal.