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Onward State Gets Chronicled

Onward State is finally writing about Onward State. How meta. But really, we are pretty awesome. Even the Chronicle of Higher Education approves!

The Chronicle ran a story about us on Monday and posted a supplementary video on Thursday. You can read the article HERE and watch the embedded video on this page.

The story praises the budding genius of our founder, Davis Shaver, and also emphasizes the importance of assigning editor Eli Glazier (Sadly, my favorite editor, Evan Kalikow, ended up on the Chronicle’s cutting room floor, save for a shout-out in the video) (Editor’s note: Awwwwwwwww).

Although our editors pave the road, let’s not forget our writers and photographers, the vehicles that ride this road to journalistic success. We have all earned this honor. In that spirit, we’d like to announce a series of profiles that should hopefully help you put a face on your favorite Onward State writers.

For now, check out the Chronicle article and continue enjoying Onward State, one of the nation’s most exceptional blogs.

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