Semester opener

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January 29, 2014 by aderenczau

Before I got on the subject of student journalism, I wanted to take the time to make sure that you all who were affected by the winter storm are getting by ok.

On Monday the 27th, Eagle Eye News put on the first show of the semester. The show was run by the veterans of Eagle Eye, but some new faces wanted to get their hands dirty. What better place to do that than on the first show of the season?

Three people who are new to the station stepped in and took the positions of camera and teleprompter operators.

I can say that they did a great job, and the show went off without a hitch.

Monday’s show told me two things: First, this will be a great semester for Auburn’s news station. Second, the show Monday demonstrated how open the station is to have new faces come in and help.

I have said it before, and I will say it again. This is a fantastic opportunity for students to get involved. What an opportunity.


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