Two weeks ago, we selected our cub-reporters who will be the future leaders for "The Campus Journal". As I see our cub-reporters, I thought back of the old days when I was a cub-reporter.
Whenever my senior asked me something, I didn't know what to do and how to do that. I didn't know how to make captions, choose a good title, and take pictures for interviews. It was difficult for me at first so I had to be trained by senior reporters. Every morning our education started at 8 o'clock. I had to get up at 6:30, it made me want to give up. It seems like just a few days ago, but now, I'm already the editor-in-chief of 'The Campus Journal' Reminiscing the past, thousand emotions filled my mind. Also, I realized that I deserve a pat on the back for sticking it out.
As I did not know everything at first, our cub-reporters are also having difficulties in writing their articles. Therefore, I would like to teach them. They have the potential to be a great reporter or editor-in-chief. I have to stimulate their passion to make them good reporters and educate them through training.
I wish that no one drops out of this training. If they finish this training, and adapt themselves to our newspaper system, all of them can have a brilliant future. I hope that there are no stragglers during the training.
The man who has great caliber has broad outlook. To be of caliber, we have to endure hard times. All of us have to try to be of high caliber.
Ock Jin-Young Merrong86@changwon.ac.kr
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