those gossip queens.
oo1. Lavender Brown
oo2. Parvati Patil
oo3. Pansy Parkinson
oo4. Marietta Edgecomb [college freshman, part time supervisor of the Newspaper Staff, chief senior editor of the Daily Digit.]
Gossip is the glue that holds a school together. That very much may be true, but it's also the thing that tears individuals apart. Marietta Edgecomb, a graduate, has returned for the part time duty of supervising the highly acclaimed and popular, Daily Digit column, in the school newspaper. The column was started by her and fellow graduate and friend, Cho Chang, when the newspaper staff received an odd amount of advice letters during a Valentine issue. The Daily Digit was responsible for answering the letters and offering a place to give advice to anonymous writers through Marietta's senior year. Since then, the Daily Digit has grew to an online blog because of the amount of advice. Though Cho's intentions were good, Marietta's weren't. She'd often use any means necessary to find out who wrote in letters and, in turn, would gossip about it. Half of the time, she didn't even have to know the person's name, but their business would be the news of the day, even though it was supposed to remain confidential.
After graduation, the headmaster insisted that one of them visit the school regularly to assure the quality of the Digit, since they were the founders. Cho was the first asked, and therefore, took the job. However, due to an accident over the summer, Cho had to change plans because of a full schedule. Marietta, then, took over. It was like being handed the key to the city, once again. Just before school started, she made a few, slight, alterations to the online blog. No one noticed, but they would, when the gossip started pouring in. Besides, who was there to stop her? The ones that had taken over the column after her? Yeah, right. She wouldn't have anyone standing in her way, especially when she enlisted special help: three certain cheerleaders who lived for gossip, and lies if there wasn't any gossip.