The Hatters' Herald

Erika Krohomer
English has always been a favorite of mine throughout my years at school. Endless writing in class just seemed to come so simple to me. Not only do the words easily flow on the page, but I enjoy doing it as well. When I came to high school, I became surrounded by so many options in the subject that I loved such as creative writing, A P literature, A P language and of course journalism. I was just so intrigued by the things I’ve heard about this class so I wanted to give it give it a go and experience the unique way of writing. On an everyday basis, going to the hairdresser, doctor, coffee shop, or even nail salon, newspapers and magazines are always making an appearance. It would be exciting to be a part of something so important. They are a crucial part of how people learn things and keep updated on today's busy world. But think about the people behind all those news stories and interviews. I want to discover the process of how those people create writing for society. I want do discover the true art of journalism.

 

 

 

Erika Krohomer, Staff writer

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