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From the Editor's Desk: Finish the year strong with ‘The Post’

The end of the semester is quickly approaching, meaning there is light at the end of the tunnel. Final assignments are being handed out, students are watching their GPAs closely and plans are being made for the summer. Through it all, we’ll still be here to deliver the content you love to your inbox, on our website and in our weekly print edition. 

Though things are wrapping up for a few months, Post staffers are still hard at work cranking out stories, videos, podcasts and more. We have a few more exciting projects we’re working on before we all go our separate ways for the summer, and I’d like to detail those here. 

First, the annual Post Salary Guide is coming back in all its glory and better than ever. We’re currently working on publishing updated salary data for 2022-23 in a conveniently searchable database, including the $600,000 base salary of Ohio University’s president-elect, Lori Stewart Gonzalez

Ever wonder what your professor makes? What about the head Ohio basketball coach, Jeff Boals? Well, that’s what the Salary Guide is for! The 2022-23 iteration will be coming out soon, so keep an eye out! In the meantime, check The Post’s 2021 Salary Guide for the most recent salary information. 

Second, we have a special edition slated to come out on April 20 (4/20) this year. I can’t say much about its contents just yet, so I’ll leave the speculation up to you. Make sure to pick up next week’s special edition in our newsracks placed all throughout campus and in the Athens community. 

Third, we’re debuting a Graduation Guide this year during finals week! We love our graduating Bobcats and we’re sad to see them go, so we decided to dedicate an entire edition to content that best serves them.

To soon-to-be graduates: If you or your relatives are interested in seeing your face in the paper, head to our website ( and click on the green banner at the top to advertise. We’re also collecting data on the graduation plans of OU students, so please help us out by scanning the QR code at the end of this column and taking a few seconds to fill out our one-question survey. 

Lastly, OHIO Giving Day is Tuesday. If you’re interested in giving to The Post to support our editorial and operational costs, please keep an eye out on our social media accounts that day. More information can be found here. We appreciate any help, thank you!

That’s all for now! Finish out the year strong, Bobbies, and know The Post has a lot coming your way in the remaining weeks. 

Ryan Maxin


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