well, this is interesting. i have never been on the newspaper staff, but this year i have AP english and the teacher is also the teacher of the newspaper/journalism class. well this week was a deadline week (as in everything had to be finished and ready to be sent to be printed) and deadline weeks are always hectic. so anyways, as usual, i went to her class during the period im an office assistant to help with last minute stuff (typos etc) for extra credit in english (woo, fun ) and so im sitting there fixing mistakes and stuff and i ask her why the students dont work on it during the non deadline weeks more instead of waiting until the last minute and rushing to get it out. we end up talking about the current editor (head student over the newspaper, who is a friend of mine hehe) and she says "well he never does what he's supposed to. he never comes after school" etc etc. so out of nowhere she goes "do you want to be editor? i was like haha sure and she says no im serious, you're an excellent writer and you pick up on this stuff quickly (adobe pagemaker) and i was like uh ok. so i proceeded to put my name on the staff page, which now looks something like this: Code: Editors-in-Chief David blahblah Jeremy blahblah she wanted me to replace him, but seeing as how hes my friend i was like no, it will be better to have two, that way if one cant do something the other can. long story short, im now an editor in chief of the school newspaper (which ~1500 kids read every 2 months), with little to no experience. what the heck have i gotten myself into!