TLR looks forward to a new school year
Although summer is drawing to a close, and classes are in full swing, The Linfield Review has a lot to be excited about this year. last
Although summer is drawing to a close, and classes are in full swing, The Linfield Review has a lot to be excited about this year.
last school year, members of the mass communication department were busy readying a student media convergence room for all campus media organizations to use.
The room was finally completed this summer and can be found int he basement of Renshaw.
Now, the Linfield Review, KSLC, Wildcat Productions and CAMAS have a work area of our own to produce materials for the Linfield community. The room was made possible through a generous donation from the grandmother of a previous Review editor.
The Review’s goal for the room is to promote collaboration between all student media groups and offer the opportunity for student to express their creativity whenever they please.
However, in order to use the room, you must be a staff member of one of the organizations.
But don’t fret. If you are interested in becoming involved with The Linfield Review, there are positions still available.
The review is seeking a copy editor, online editor and illustrator at this time. Previous experience at a newspaper is not required.
For more information about open staff positions, please visit www.linfieldreview.com, and look under the ‘Jobs’ tab.
Applications, along with work samples or a resume are due noon Friday Sept. 7 to Renshaw 102B. They can be slipped under the door or left in the drop box next to it.
For those simply wanting to keep up on happenings around campus, look for the Review at popular spots, such as Renshaw, Dillin, Riley, the post office and more.
We publish every Monday afternoon throughout the year, expect during breaks and January Term.
For more information about the Review, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org