We like to think of a college newsroom as a training ground for future journalists. Our alumni have gone on to some of the leading news organizations in the world, such as The New York Times, Baltimore Sun and the Associated Press. We would like to ensure that this trend continues.
We also take our service to the university and the larger community very seriously. Since our founding we have been a catalyst for change and a forum for public discussion. From covering students advocating for university divestment during South African apartheid to interviewing Nobel Prize winners, our reporters have written on issues that matter. Help us continue to uphold The Review’s journalistic legacy.
Like newspapers nationwide, The Review struggles to maintain a profit. As the newspaper industry continues to evolve, printing the paper, running our website and sending reporters to cover a wider range of stories has become increasingly difficult. We would like The Review’s office to serve as a training ground for as many students as possible.