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Collegian A&E Content Consolidated

On Saturday, we noticed the Collegian’s Snap, Crackle, Pop blog was live-blogging Movin’ On. It was good coverage too. We’re beginning to realize this was a sign of something even cooler– the Collegian has consolidated its art and entertainment content into a single blog.

This consolidation almost definitely has something to do with the blog shut down we wrote about earlier, which has prompted Editor-in-Chief Terry Casey to begin formulating policy about how Collegian writers are allowed use their personal online presences.

Whatever the impetus, props to the Collegian. We’ve gotten to know a few of the writers for Snap, Crackle, Pop over the last couple of months– they’re a legit bunch. (Might be time to rethink the blog’s layout though…)

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