It’S NO Problem #5

Silvana Bautista, Web Co-Editor

Secondary headlines have been an issue for me since the beginning of the year. I have only just recently learned how to do them.

Secondary headlines are exactly what they sound like. It allows a reader to find out more about a story without having to read the story itself. It gives more information. It is especially useful for a story with a catchy and clever headline since these types of headlines are usually vague.

An example is Jane Lavea’s story, “McMillan goes for her goals as goalie”. The secondary headline is “Determination affects McMillan’s actions”.

The secondary headline lets the reader know that McMillan goes for her goals through her determination and actions.

To read Jane Lavea’s story: