SNSG Ch 10

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“Most student publications have a relatively rigorous policy for selecting the top editor… Generally candidates have to go through a formal process that may include writing a letter of application or an action plan, interviewing with a selection committee and making a presentation to the staff.” - Ch. 10, The Student Newspaper Survival Guide by Rachele Kanigel, p. 78

This is one of those times when the book’s advice isn’t remotely applicable to the Setonian. There is never any competition for the position of editor-in-chief, or any editorial positions, so it’s impossible to have a lot of standards or any formal process.

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I think it's because our paper is so small.It is, of course, different with major newspapers. They are the ones who are selective, not SHU. So easy even a cave man can do it. Kidding. I was referencing the Geico commercials.

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