School newspaper

<p>Hey guys, I was wondering how often do freshmens start writing the school newspaper for their school? Is it easy to become an editorial as an underclassmen? Help would be appreciated. thanks</p>

<p>Bump......</p>

<p>I would imagine that this would depend on the school?</p>

<p>It depends on the school.</p>

<p>It depends on the school. I started writing for the paper during freshman year. I didn't get an editor's position for next year, but a lot of second and third-years did.</p>

<p>You have to be a good writer for one. Also, your opinion can't be typical. I was a news writer freshmen year and I've had my own editorial since soph year. I would imagine larger schools Have larger papers and more articles.</p>

<p>How would the school be able to naturally tell if you're talentedly viable for school articles?</p>

<p>"How would the school be able to naturally tell if you're talentedly viable for school articles?"</p>

<p>Not to be cruel, but you might not be cut out for the paper if this is any indication of your style/ability.</p>

<p>If you're just going to come here rather to offend my writing style, I suggest you discrete yourself from the post. You have no right to start a flame.</p>

<p>I see ham baxter's point, but that's just mean to point out.</p>

<p>I know that some schools, like mine, require a resume with a writing sample to be considered. That would probably be their first method of cutting down on applications, soon followed by a field review of their articles.</p>

<p>Okay thanks. I think I have enough answers now. :)</p>