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What’s Black and White and Read All Over?

collegianSunburned penguins, wounded zebras, and the Daily Collegian.

But seriously folks, YOU could serve on the Board of Directors for Collegian, Inc., which perhaps possibly perchance might be cool.

The Board of Directors is responsible for:

  • Overseeing the operation of The Daily Collegian and related publications.
  • 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.

Two vacancies currently exist on the board. They’re searching for one undergraduate student director and one at-large director (experienced grown-up).

Interested students must be full-time PSU undergrad or grad students with no conflicts-of-interest. In other words, officers of major student organizations, Collegian staff members, and members of other media organizations cannot apply. This is a two-year term.

To apply, submit a letter of application and a resume to Patricia Hartranft via [email protected]. Your letter should include your reasons for seeking a directorship and all relevant contact information.

The applicant deadline is 4 p.m. on Wednesday, October 7. Have a blast.


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