We, as middle school students, do not have as many events, and usually do outside of school events for stories. However, high school has plenty of school events and still does other stories.
We asked some other middle school journalism writers what they thought about the issue.
“Because high schoolers don’t like us,” said middle school writer Sarah Bordelon.
We also asked the high school students why they kept stealing the stories.
“Because we’re before you guys,” said high school staff writer Niki Stanborough.
“I wasn’t aware we were stealing them. Maybe we should collaborate more,” high school editor and chief Brooke Morrow said.
We also asked Mr. Abuel, the advisor for the journalism class.
“Because they’re bigger than you, and they can,” he said. Thanks for making us feel better, Mr. Abuel.
So basically, we cannot stop them from stealing our stories because they have journalism in their zero-period. They are not exactly stealing them either. But we still need more stories to choose from.
*This is purely a facetious opinion piece. We did not mean for readers to take this serious*