Everyone knows the first rule of Fight Club is you do no talk about Fight Club.
Well, my first rules for journalism is don’t just write one story. Get out there and cover as much as possible.
Practice makes perfect.
Slacking gets you bad grades and a lack of respect from your peers.
Tonight at the last minute I loaded up the truck with my two-year-old daughter , threw in my voice recorder, notebook, some Seminole Scribe newspapers, camera and stroller and headed to Seminole State College's College Night.
Seminole State opened its doors to 100 colleges and universities to local high school students so they could meet and greet with future educational choices.
The parking lot was full of cars and the gym was full of excited teenagers on the hunt for free stuff and college pamphlets.
I don't know who was more nervous, the kids or their parents walking sheepishly behind them. The kids probably saw a good time and the parents saw dollar signs.
It was a fun night. I'm glad I went. My daughter and I made some new friends and learned about schools I had never heard of before.
Interviews to follow.
|Andrew Wang, student at Lake Mary Preparatory School, visited College Night to weigh his university options.|
Photo by Melissa B. Merkler