WWCD?

We have finally made it to an end of an era. I sadly have to turn over my position of WWCD. Although this journey has been lengthy, it has been rewarding. For example, I learned how to completely write about nonsense without running out of ideas. Honestly, it is truly impressive how creative my mind is. I also learned how to type extremely fast. When you wait until there are 10 minutes left in class, you learn how to improvise.  Not to toot my own horn, but I am really good at writing these articles!

I have thought for a long time about who is worthy enough for replacing me as Chelsea. I mean, giving advice to a bunch of high schoolers is not easy. This person has to be willing to transform into the character of Chelsea for a whole school year. He or she has to be willing to write coherently, which can be difficult at times.  Finally, this person has to have a burning passion of love for The Hiller Newspaper, as one of the rituals for writing WWCD is getting a “I love the newspaper” tattoo. There are many sacrifices that have to made when writing for WWCD, but they are all worth it in the long run.

Now, the person who I am about to name as the writer of WWCD for next year has all the right qualifications. He is slightly weird and has a great sense of humor. He seems unorganized too, which makes him perfect for this position. Lastly, his obsession with Jurassic Park gives him a major qualification for the position. Now, the moment you have been waiting for: I am passing the torch to Jonathan Brodak.

For the last time, WWCD?  She would give her best wishes to the staff for next year and encourage everyone to join The Hiller.