North Central College’s award-winning, student-run newspaper The Chronicle announces its editorial staff for the 2011-2012 academic year. The editors and staff include students with a wide range of academic majors.
“I’m really excited this year for The Chronicle,” faculty advisor and visiting assistant professor of English Philip Glende said. “We have a great staff in place, and we’ve also been working on ways to enhance The Chronicle and the student experience about the paper. I’m very optimistic about this year.”
Earlier this year, The Chronicle staff debuted the new website. For the first issue of this school year, readers can view the redesign for the print edition of the newspaper.
This year’s co-editors in chief for the publication are Lindsay Berghuis ’12 and Jenna Markowski ’12. Section editors for The Chronicle include:
• Campus editor: Jenna Markowski ’12, print journalism
• Assistant campus editor and assistant forum editor: Shaina Turner ’12, English writing and interactive media studies/convergent media
• Arts editor: Lindsay Berghuis ’12, interactive media studies/convergent media
• Assistant arts editor and assistant copy editor: Angela Block ’13, English writing
• News editor: Amber Dvorak ’13, interactive media studies/graphic arts
• Assistant news editor and assistant photo editor: Amanda Dominick ’14, interactive media studies/graphic arts
• Forum editor: Rebecca Creamer ’12, print journalism
• Sports editor: Kim Ippolito ’13, broadcast communication
• Assistant sports editor and assistant online editor: Jared Shlensky ’14, broadcast communication
• Photo editor: Inge Moran ’12, political science
• Online editor: Klariza Alvaran ’13, interactive media studies/interactive technology
• Copy editor: Amy Olson ’11, English literature
• Business manager and copy editor: Rebecca Sage ’13, English literature
First published in 1873, The Chronicle is a frequent recipient of awards from the Illinois College Press Association, including eight awards for excellence during the 2011 annual conference in February. Current and archived issues may be viewed online at ncclinked.com. Print editions are published weekly and distributed at various campus locations Thursday afternoons.
North Central College offers majors in journalism, interactive media and other areas of communication studies. Visit northcentralcollege.edu/majors/journalism to learn more about North Central’s journalism program.