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Oct. 8, 2008

Introducing a new feature

by Sophie Schwadron, Online Editor-in-Chief and Kiera Zitelman, Online Editor-in-Chief
We're proud to announce a new Silver Chips Online feature: blogs. We decided to introduce blogs as a new way for our writers and readers to express themselves. There are some similarities between blogs and articles, but blogs will allow SCO to cover a much wider range of topics with more left open for reader-generated commentary. As we embark on this new frontier, we always welcome feedback at editors.sco@gmail.com. We also encourage commenting, but note that profanity or personal attacks will not be posted. Readers should respect the privacy of commenters, and all opinions can and should be freely discussed.



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  • student on October 8, 2008 at 7:56 PM
    Can you have the headlines for blogs be labeled differently from news articles when they show up on edline?
    I don't really want to read some of the less interesting blogs, and they squeeze off the news articles I might want to see.
    No offense, but maybe you should make sure the blogs are interesting?
  • Andy Scott on October 9, 2008 at 6:19 PM
    YAY i love blogs!!
  • Sophomore on October 27, 2008 at 9:02 PM
    Ditto, I concur with "student."
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