Jyllian Roach is out for attention any way she can grab it. Her free speech and her position as editor at the Chronicle supersedes what others might think. To her that's journalism. The printed word has gone to her head and she has an inflated ego, that needs constant attention and constant feeding. Thanks for feeding her. She was starving. It's not the subject of sex that is a problem, it's the raunchy, casual, nasty way it was presented for a college newspaper. It was presented for shock value. It was presented in a "look what I can get away with as editor" manner, not for educational value. That's why CNM, who is footing the bill, wanted to shut the Chronicle down after they were embarrassed by what they saw. But Jyllian's responsibility is only to herself, she doesn't consider forum, or audience, or readership. CNM boldly admitted they lack a journalism department and one that adequately prepares work study students for running a newspaper. Inevitably, slurs and slander get directed towards this commentator, who had the unfortunate experience of allowing Jyllian Roach to review my novella. All that demonstrates is that I am personally witness to a pattern by Jyllian, which demonstrates a complete lack of professionalism, something students should be striving toward. Hopefully at some point the ego will settle and she will strive to provide honestly valuable content worthy of her audience. That sort of content may make newspapers viable again. Here's hoping.