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People are watching you.

It is a general statement, as a journalist everyone sees your work. You've got to be on your "best behavior" all the time, otherwise that could bring on bad jugement. The last thing you want to do is mess up in front of a wide audience. There is so much tedious work to get an article accomplished. The interviews and equally balancing a story is tough work in itself. Just as Dr. Jerz said in class, while writing for a newspaper, no one sees our practices, just our games. We don't have time to practice unless you count News Writing, however in the real world, you're on the go all the time, full throttle, no looking back and eyes on you.

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