As Editor-in-Chief of The Snapper, I get to see journalism at work. The articles come in, the copy editors do a great job of fixing them up for publication, and the section editors compile them to be printed.
The Snapper is a paper for the students, by the students. The problem we come face-to-face with every day is the lack of journalistic knowledge. This is by no means the students’ fault. The program supposedly provided for us is hardly in any shape for students to follow. . . .