Next week, The Post will print a special photo issue that will sit on newsstands all summer long. In that edition, a note from all the graduating seniors will replace my weekly column. We have more than 20 people graduating, so we’ll have a lot of great memories to share and a lot of thank-you’s to say.
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Post editor discusses why ‘The Post’ staff created the food edition.
To better understand Post readers, we want to know where and when you typically pick up a copy of The Post.
As The Post staff continues working hard to put out our paper each week for the rest of Spring Semester, we are also working hard to plan for next year. With a majority of our staff transitioning into new roles, we have a chance to reflect on this year and determine how next year can be even better.
This weekend, The Post staff will welcome back Post alumni for The Post Alumni Society’s 12th reunion.
It's a great time to address these issues.
The past two academic years have been dedicated to understanding how The Post functions as a media outlet with a weekly print product and an daily online presence. For the last two years, Post staffers have been discussing internally the best ways to make the paper happen.
After five consecutive songs, Sara Evans finally paused for a moment to say she was honored to perform in Athens.
In my most recent “From the Editor’s Desk," I stated a new editor would be selected by Friday evening. Unfortunately, only about half of the voting members on The Post Publishing Board could attend Friday’s meeting to select a new editor.
By Friday evening, a new editor-in-chief will be selected for the 2018-19 academic year.
This past week has been full of excitement and anticipation for Posties.
Loving a journalist isn’t easy.
Plenty of siblings will be flocking into town this weekend to see their family members and get a glimpse of what Athens is like. Every year, Sibs Weekend includes an array of events to choose from.
The start of the new semester is always an exciting time. Many people start off the year with resolutions and promises to be better. It is as great of a time as any to join The Post (or to subscribe to our daily newsletter or follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram).
Though the academic year is not over quite yet, The Post is taking some time to reflect. This is our last regular issue of the 2017. Next week, we will have our special “Post Picks” issue to kick off winter break.
Thanksgiving is near. For many, that means lots of turkey, football and time with friends and family.
All year long, Post staffers are at public meetings. As a journalist, consistency is important. We want to be educated on the issues and be able to give our readers as much context as possible. So when it came to Election Day on Tuesday, we were prepared.
Editor's note: The weekly tab was updated, so endorsements are only on page 4 in the print edition. The article has been updated to reflect that information.
When choosing acts for the Athens Halloween Block Party, Brandon “DJ B-Funk” Thompson “always keeps it local.”