COLUMN: Journalism hard work, but pays off with Ebertfest passes

By Eric Nyberg

Favorite story written this semester: The one about Ang Lee’s “Hulk.”

Best interview I did: The ones I did for the people who attended the pope’s visit to New York.

The priceless quote that will hang on my wall: “You know how things are when they just sing to you?” -Professor Barbara Wilson

The story I was most passionate about: Pheasant-hunting story.

Moment that I loved my job: When I got press passes to Ebertfest.

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    Moment that I hated my job: When I had four stories to write in one week in addition to school work and other work.

    The story I would cover tomorrow: How to successfully organize your life.

    I would love to investigate this person’s life further: My friend Vince.

    If I could do one story over again: Ang Lee at Ebertfest.

    What I’m looking forward to covering in the fall: General assignments.

    I work here because: It’s a good thing to get experience and clips as a journalism major.

    The hardest story to write: Casino story.