Student Life, Washington University’s independent student newspaper, won 18 awards in the 2017 Missouri College Media Association newspaper contest.
It must be noted that Student Life’s office, located on the third floor of the DUC, will be moved as part of the space reshuffling. Therefore, each member of our editorial staff is impacted by this move.
Ella Chochrek, a sophomore from White Plains, N.Y., has been named the next editor-in-chief of Student Life for the 2017-2018 academic year. Currently, Chochrek serves as senior news editor and copy chief for the paper.
Student Life, the independent student newspaper of Washington University, won 18 awards in the 2016 Missouri College Media Association newspaper contest.
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After 17 years at Washington University, Jill Carnaghi left her role as assistant vice chancellor for students and director of campus life late last June.
A self-proclaimed sports fanatic known by his colleagues for his sarcastic wit and tough-love personality, sophomore Zach Kram has been named editor-in-chief of Student Life for the 2014-15 academic year. His appointment was announced at Friday’s annual banquet of Washington University Student Media Inc. whose board of directors oversees Student Life.
More than 70 years ago, a worker’s union in New York decided to invite journalists in-house to feature their work on the popular media. The media community did not think much of the event, so only about 30 people attended.
Beginning this fall, Student Life will expand from the newsstands to the nightstands. The program, piloted last April, will bring copies of the newspaper to front doors in Washington University residential spaces starting Thursday, Sept. 5.
Beginning this fall, Student Life will expand from the newsstands to the nightstands. The program, piloted last April, will bring copies of the newspaper to front doors in Washington University residential spaces starting Thursday, Sept. 5. The new system “will get the paper in the hands of students and better serve their needs,” Ray Bush, […]
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