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Learn from criticism if you can, but don't internalize it.
Comparison really is the thief of joy, especially when you're comparing your insides with someone else's public persona.
I gave three non-fiction and one fiction book perfect grades in February. Read my reviews in this post.
Outreach, incentives, follow-up and training are the four keys to bringing talent into your newsroom. Learn more about one student EIC's process in this post.
You catch more flies with honey than with vinegar, but, if you use too much honey, people aren't going to listen to you. Being a successful student editor is all about striking the balance between honey and vinegar. A student editor-in-chief gives her advice for managing journalists in this post.