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The Eclipse gets new editor in chief, managing editor

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Junior Brianna Horne (left) and sophomore Jenna Robinson are eager to fill their new roles as executive editors for The Eclipse in 2017-18.

Junior Brianna Horne (left) and sophomore Jenna Robinson are eager to fill their new roles as executive editors for The Eclipse in 2017-18.

IMAGE / Autumn Prescott

IMAGE / Autumn Prescott

Junior Brianna Horne (left) and sophomore Jenna Robinson are eager to fill their new roles as executive editors for The Eclipse in 2017-18.

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As the 2016-17 school year comes to a close, The Eclipse named its new editor in chief and managing editor to oversee next year’s publication.

Next year’s editor in chief will be Brianna Horne, junior.

Horne is eager to fill her new position and expects to enjoy her new status.

“I’m really excited to be editor in chief next year,” Horne said. “I’ve wanted this position since I started reporting in the beginning of the year. I love this newspaper, and I want what’s best for it.”

Horne’s goal is to improve The Eclipse and make sure it’s the best it can possibly be.

“The Eclipse is already great, but I want to end my senior year leaving it even better,” Horne said.”If I can do that, I’ll consider it a success.”

Next year’s managing editor will be sophomore Jenna Robinson. She was surprised by Mr. Darrick Puffer, journalism adviser.

“I was shocked when Mr. Puffer asked me to be managing editor since I will only be a junior next year,” Robinson said. “I’m very grateful for the opportunity to be one of the leaders of The Eclipse, and I’m so excited to take this new leadership role seriously and watch The Eclipse grow.”

Robinson’s goal for the class is to keep it orderly and make The Eclipse as productive as possible.

“My goal for The Eclipse is to have an organized plan next year in order to have the most efficient working journalism class possible,” Robinson said. “Publishing a set amount of stories, varying story styles, and growing as an overall class would be part of next year’s goals.”

It will be a big adjustment for Horne and Robinson as they learn to manage The Eclipse. With hard work, dedication, and heart, these two ladies will bring great success to The Eclipse.

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