Updates from our friends at The Spectator…

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In case you haven’t picked up a copy of The Spectator in a while, make sure to check out what the staff is up to and how they can help you become a more informed CJ student.

In a recent conversation with the staff members at The Spectator, they noted that one of the biggest pushes for the publication this year is to have a larger online presence. What does this mean for students? This means that all of the content that used to come out once a month is now put out online as fast as they can write it! No more waiting for campus details and stories. The best way to check out what the staff is writing about would be to follow the link listed below and see what they have been up to with their new online look. Also be sure to check out what they are up to through their Facebook page, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat.

In addition to putting out new material in a more tech savvy way, it should be noted that staffing changes often at The Spectator and that new writers and editorial staff are always welcome. Not a journalism major? Not to worry. The Spectator is currently working with interns from PR and advertising to help push the publication to an even more online friendly place for our student readers. Although some prior writing experience is a plus, major and career path shouldn’t stop you from applying to work with The Spectator. Like any organization, The Spectator thrives when students have a variety of perspectives and skills.

If you would like to check out The Spectator online, see the links listed below:

Website: http://www.spectatornews.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/spectatornews/?fref=ts&ref=br_tf

Twitter: https://twitter.com/spectatornews

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spectatornews/

Snapchat:

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