The duty of the press is to send precise information about happening events. The UOS Times sticks well to this fact. I felt this well on the article called ‘Spotlight’. It was an article telling students about how well the interview with president of our school went. What the president said were good to remember.
But, it somehow felt that details were not enough to have all my questions answered. I liked the article since it was unbiased, but I still think it should have enough information to allow us think whether to agree or disagree to his ideas. In short, it should have more thoughts of the reporter on whether the plans of the president are efficient or not.
I sometimes have seen articles which describe information in a biased way. I ask the school magazine to keep its line of being unbiased. It shows great trust on the articles. I feel that if all articles, the present and the future, continue to be written in such way, the magazine may thrive.