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Vlfhot Journalism Does or the
High School Student
Starting in ye good old days when the town crier announced the news hy word of
mouth and continuing down the ages, journalism has increased in popularity until at the
present time it occupies a place second to none in the making up of the school curriculum.
'l'o say that journalism does not benefit the high school student would he a base false-
hood, for who can say, after finishing the course, that he has not learned quickness of divi-
sion, good judgment of character, and clearness of thought in an emergency. Of course the
teacher of Journalism does not expect a literary genius in all her pupils, but she expects to
teach her pupils to he not only xvell versed in literature, hut also to he schooled in the ways
of the business world hy reading' and understanding the Cream of current events Contained
in the daily newspaper.
journalism hrings out in the hoy or girl student one trait that is especially hne for
anyone to masterfthat is punctuality. An article in journalism that is not on time might as
well remain unwritten, for the press vvaits for no person whether he he president or office
hoy. After punctuality comes other good points such as: self confidence, improving the
poxvers of observation, developing a spirit of friendliness, and also huilding up your vocabu-
lary which is a vital factor in any person's education.
As an advertising medium the use of' journalism is the best that the school affords.
What would the various social organizations, the music department, the R. O. T. C., and the
other school actixities do for their advertising if it vvas not for the skill displayed hy the
hand of the journalist in writing up these worth While activities.
When the time comes, as it surely will, that journalism is a required subject in all
high schools, the world will take
on a better attitude toward written speech as it has never
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