Out of every journalism class I've taken at Cal U, Journalism III was my favorite. Journalism I was really tough because in addition to first learning about the craft, I had to come up with an article every week. Multimedia Journalism was also frustrating because of all the different technology I had to try and use. Journalism II and Newspaper Reporting I were fun because of all the different kinds of stories I got to write (feature, profile, court, etc.) But Journalism III I liked the most. In Journalism III, I got to really understand what makes a good story and a bad story. When editing, I feel like I'm helping the writer. And by this point I felt like I had finally gotten a decent grasp of AP Style. However, editing is extremely subjective. Sure, there are basic grammar/usage and AP rules, but a lot of it is up in the air. So it comes down to you or your group of fellows editors. Which can lead to much argument and debate. But I sort of like talking and debating about the different stories we were editing. It was a fun challenge.