Hello! I am Albert Einstein ☺ from How to Become an Einstein? and this is my very first guest post for PurpleMist, so please bear with me. I am a senior writer on a student-publication here in our university and as part of it, we release issues weekly (the most tiring job for students like us). Nonetheless, this path does not bar us from enjoying the other side of a university life.
By the way, if you are reading this post now, it just show that PurpleMist agreed to publish this post of mine. And viola here it is!
As a student-journalist and a media-practitioner in one, I am very aware of the nature and fruits of this job. First and foremost are the benefits you will gain after you join the publication. You will be known within the parameters of the university and gaining incentives like honorarium, friends, free internet access and developing your verbal and written communication skills will be honed.
On the other side of the coin, being a foe to the wrongdoers is not that far to comprehend. The tag line of our publication is: “We write for you, we fight for you”—which serves as our guiding dogma on the job. We spill the bad deeds of others and expose the truth to the readers in a form of a newspaper, magazines and press releases.
Being in this kind of work for a year and a half, I’ve experienced exposing the truths for several times already.
I do not care for what others are saying on us! If we will open up the bad sides to the readers of a teacher whom we are under the supervision with, we don’t care even if we will fail from the subject or get reprimanded from it.
Becoming a friend for others is also becoming a foe to the wrongdoers. We listen to both sides and weigh the arguments appropriately. After which, we face several individuals—of different sexes, attitudes and personalities, of varied intellects and most especially, of different life-backgrounds and beliefs.
We are the vanguards of truth and justice; are united in our aim of helping others; just ordinary university students and guided by faith and willingness to stake our life just to fight for other’s right.
Check out Albert's blog: How to become an Einstein?
And he's also on twitter: @albertumbac
hanks a lot for taking the time to write this Albert :)