A familiar face will be returning to the helm of the Reflector next fall.
Jeremy Nolais has reclaimed his position as Publishing Editor for the second year in a row. The fourth-year journalism student has been with The Reflector for the past three years, working first as a reporter, then as features editor, before taking on the publishing editor role.
“I feel like we made some good strides this year, and we still have a long ways to go,” Nolais said.
He added that The Reflector has revamped its web content and the design of the paper is constantly improving. He believes the paper will be even stronger this upcoming year.
“I’m excited about the staff that are coming back and I’m also looking forward to bringing some fresh faces to the publication,” Nolais said. “It looks like at least half the editorial positions will be changing,” he added, noting that it’s a great opportunity for communications students to get their hands dirty.
People wanting to run for positions in the Reflector must have written for half the issues of the year or the last two issues of the year, which come out on March 19 and April 2.
Elections for positions will be held Mar. 24 at noon in the Reflector office in the basement of Wyckham House. For more information about running for an editorial position send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (403) 440-6268.