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Huffington Post, Here We Come

On their website/newspaper/blog, the Huffington Post recently launched a “College” section, where they publish the work of selected college media outlets. Why am I telling you this? Because they selected Onward State as a partner!

Our “THON in Review” article appeared on the Huffington Post yesterday, much to everyone’s delight. To get hyped for this new affiliation, we’ve added a HuffPo widget on the right side of our page.

This new phase of our bloghood is big news for us here at Onward State. @Writers, we’ll have to step up our game. Davis’ so-called “duopoly” has erupted into a monopolistic competition, so we’ll have to differentiate our product in order to succeed. @Readers, post exemplary comments; the whole world may see them!

In case any of you fine folks really dig the Huffington Post, answer their call for citizen journalists. They’ll be recruiting “about 30 students, both photojournalists and videographers, to cover college issues…. There will be weekly assignments, training events, crowdsourcing projects, and most importantly, daily access to HuffPost editors.” If interested, click here to apply.

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