The Collegian Wants You!
Think you can help steer the sinking ship that is the Daily Collegian?
Do you write for Onward State?
You don’t? Okay good, because that wouldn’t fly with them.
The Collegian is currently inviting applications from those interested in filling the one open undergraduate spot on its Board of Directors. Isn’t that exciting?
Interested people are invited to submit a letter of application (containing reasons for seeking a directorship; local address, telephone number, and email address; and permanent home address and telephone number) and a resume to Mr. Gerry Lynn Hamilton at [email protected]. You can also mail the application materials to
Collegian Inc., James Building, 123 S. Burrowes St., State College, Pa. 16801-3882
That being said, if you have to mail it in, you probably should not be applying, because if there’s one thing the Collegian needs, it’s a more dynamic online presence, which you can’t help them with if you can’t even send a fucking email.
The Board of Directors is made up of 12 members, including one non-voting member. Of the voting members, six are students, while five are non-students.
The Board of Directors is responsible for:
- Overseeing the operation of The Daily Collegian and related publications. However, as a matter of policy, the Board does not become involved in day-to-day operations.
- Selecting the top management of Collegian Inc. and monitoring the performance of the Management Team.
- Setting broad policy and long-range goals.
- Ensuring the financial independence and editorial freedom of The Daily Collegian and related publications.
Good luck with all that.
The application deadline is 8 PM, Wednesday, April 15th.
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