There was a buzz in the air, a new energy that The Focus Newspaper hadn’t felt since their old adviser decided the time had come to retire. The newspaper tabloids that the students had been tirelessly working on were placed in neat stacks on the school desks.
The 20 staff members hovered around the brand new issue, sniffing that fresh smell of newsprint and admiring the color that was such an upgrade from their newsletter style, all black and white previous paper. The editor opened her arms and hugged the stack of papers like it was a teddy bear.
“The students learned journalism from my predecessor and I’m very different from him. He retired and he was one of those teachers that students really like but I have a different way of teaching and I’m much more hands on. That might be …
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