I chose to read about Major Walker, about half way through the periodical. What stood out to me was how professional the tone of the piece was, even though it was clearly telling of how he wasn’t given a military funeral even with his accomplishments, and it specifically points this fact out. From the beginning, the article paints Major Walker as always wanting to help people, by starting with how he worked at the school, and then joined the military. The problem I see here is that in such a short piece, and because it is almost like a eulogy, there is nothing negative about him, which possibly there wasn’t. As Major Walker had died, it would seem fair to use only good things about him in what is essentially a picture caption, but even in a short amount of words, the point is clear to the reader. Even in an opinionated piece, the article kept its professional composure, which I didn’t see as much in The New Freewoman. I think that the writers of The New Freewoman were very opinionated and it showed strongly in their writing.