If you have ever helped to compile a newspaper, magazine, or yearbook of any sort, you might understand the physical toll sitting in front of the same computer for hours upon hours trying to perform the most infuriating tasks can have on you. Seriously- the layout behind one newspaper for my school relies on a ton of hard work from many semi-gifted individuals. First, you have a good solid twenty-twenty five people researching. Then (hopefully) that same cluster of people write a story (hopefully.) Did I say hopefully? Then, you have a select few who have been gifted with the wisdom of spelling properly sit in front of these stories so they can edit, revise, and in some drastic cases, re-do the whole dang thing. Then, when a solid amount of people agree that the stories are acceptable, layout begins. Last year, Judge Memorial's student newspaper won best student newspaper in the state. Thus forth, we now have a very high bar that we have to clear this year. With one of the most amazing graphic designers, editors, and creative story writers known to mankind leaving with last year's graduating class, one might say that the pressure is ON.