September 7, 2004

Story Scooping Sweetness

This weekend I felt the competitive juices flowing. My mission should I so choose it, was to scoop another paper, which will remained unnamed (it starts with a "Comm" and ends with an "unicator") by Monday when the print version of their publication was to be on the stands.

Mission accomplished.

Though I was a bit miffed on Saturday finding the Seton Hill homepage with my story, I pressed onward.

While I am not sure how many people have seen the story, I have been promoting the blogs in conversation and in sparsely decorating a bulletin board outside the Setonian office on campus. Let's hope it gains more popularity as the year progresses, and with shameless plugs such as this blog.

Though it is incredibly fulfilling for me to get my work published, it is even more rewarding to get a story out first and accurately.

I questioned my major this summer (that's right, folks--Amanda was insecure about her future). But this weekend, with all of its pressures and deadlines, I was reminded in some small way, what I love about being a reporter, competitive, and even more, the uncertainty of the next minute.

Posted by Amanda Cochran at September 7, 2004 7:28 PM
Comments

Glad to have heard about it first from you... and the Setonian Online :) Way to use those blogging abilities!

Posted by: Karissa at September 8, 2004 9:56 AM

Woo hooo .... Setonian Online :)

Posted by: Brian at September 8, 2004 11:45 AM

Nothing would have been possible without you, Mr. Brian. Thank you.

Posted by: Amanda at September 8, 2004 1:45 PM
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