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Gretings and salutations to all, my name is Mauricio Lanio and I am the marker/editor for JOUR099 S17 and S18. A few notes about my editing:

1. All articles are due by midnight on Tuesdays. If your article comes in after midnight it will NOT be counted. Similarly, if you create a relatively empty page by midnight, or post an old article by midnight, and then update it AFTER midnight, it similarly won't be counted or marked. Similarly, do not make any changes to your article, no matter how minor, after midnight, or I won't edit it. The articles HAVE to be COMPLETE and submitted by 12 AM Wednesday morning; no exceptions. If your article has not been edited, it is because it was submitted too late.

2. Unintelligible sentences, that are mangled and whose meaning I cannot clearly deduce, will be deleted. If I delete a sentence entirely from you article, it is because I simply could not understand what you were trying to say.

3. I may put some parts of your articles in parenthesis followed by three question marks (stuff ???). This means I could not understand what you were trying to say in that part of the sentence, but the rest of the sentence made sense. You should edit the part in parenthesis and make it intelligible.

4. I may write some general comments on your article at the bottom of the page, delineated by brackets. Example: [comments].

I have started providing a letter grade to articles, to provide an indicator of quality. Grading guidelines are as follows:

A - The article is well-written and clearly focuses on the headline. There may be several grammar errors, but they are relatively minor and do not overly impede comprehension. I was able to understand what every sentence was trying to convey, even if I had to clean them up and edit them.

B - The article primarily focused on the headline, but there were some sentence fragments or ambiguities that hindered comprehension; ??? was used no more than once.

C - The article did not focus on the headline, or contained several glaring grammar mistakes. Several sentences were incomprehensible, and I could not understand what they were trying to say. There are many sentence fragments, ambiguities, or very sloppy editing; ??? was used two or three times.

D - The article is all over the place, and mostly unintelligible. Some sentences are correctly constructed, but there is no discernible narrative thread, and most of the content makes little to no sense; ??? was used frequently.

F - Complete gibberish. I have no idea what you were trying to say, or you have too little content. The article is too short, composed primarily of sentence fragments.


If you have any questions about the marking or editing, or about the writing process in general, please feel free to write me an e-mail at mlanio@hksyu.edu. If I have not edited your article AND you submitted on time, send me an e-mail and I will do so immediately.

Also, don't forget, we meet the last Friday of every month in room H303 in the Hall and Amenities Building to go over style, general notes, and address questions and/or concerns.

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