When the Fall 2019 semester began, the newsroom held a different kind of chaotic energy than it usually does. As our management team worked to train more than 20 new staff members on positions varying from photojournalist to copy editor to media sales rep, we learned that our then-co-editor-in-chief was very sad, yet excited to announce she would be leaving the Chronicle to pursue an opportunity with NBC-5. And thus, I was suddenly elevated into the role of co-editor-in-chief, along with Blaise Mesa, who had worked as a managing editor for the previous academic year.
To say I was nervous those first few months would be an understatement. Mesa and I worked to conquer challenges as they arose, putting in many hard hours—along with the rest of our management team and staff—to produce a print issue each week and maintain our vision of daily, digital content.
Over the winter break, we said goodbye to more invaluable Chronicle staffers, causing another shift in our team of editors. While former news editor Katherine Savage and former Ad/Business Manager Anthony Karlsson graduated this December, others departed to pursue new opportunities, including coveted journalism…
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