Reporter is mutating. Changing. Adapting. We really have no choice.
In addition to the 32 pages you’re used to, Reporter is evolving. We’re becoming a digital beast as
well as a printed one. Considering the amount of time our student body collectively spends in front
of the computer every day, how could we not?
Our new website just got a makeover, and I must say, it’s looking pretty
fine. We’ve got online exclusive articles, blogs, and—my favorite part—a convenient form to assist
you in filling my inbox with questions, comments, complaints, and suggestions. I look forward to
hearing from you.
If you’re interested in working for Reporter, drop me a line, or stop by one of our weekly meetings.
They’re held every Friday at 5 p.m. in our office, located in the basement of the SAU, 04-A426. There’s
free pizza, and we’re always looking for new people to join our staff.
That’s another change here at Reporter; we’ve got some new people around the office. Hi. I’m Laura
Mandanas, and I’ll be Editor in Chief for the next 30 issues. It’s a pleasure to meet you.
Despite all the changes around here, one thing remains the same. Week after week, we’ll still be
serving up delicious, steaming platefuls of our signature recipe: by-the-students-for-the-students
coverage of RIT news, events, and zeitgeist. The recipe is just being tweaked a little—and here’s
where you come in.
Reporter needs you. Without your feedback, we’re nothing. We’re an irrelevant, soupy mess of pond
scum and printer ink. I’d like to think that we’re doing a little better than that, but it’s really up to
you. Because it’s only with your feedback that Reporter continues to grow.
So write me some letters, give Rings some phonecalls, and let’s evolve Reporter into something
totally kickass, shall we?
Editor in Chief