ROLLERCOASTER: NEW MEMBERS, READERS JOIN THE RIDE
In this section, we often encourage our readers to follow the news and be critical of the world around them, and we do our best to help make this publication accessible both in print and online. So we’re proud to announce another change coming to Flyer News.
Next semester, we will provide another way for readers to receive Flyer News: delivered straight to our readers’ email inboxes.
Whether you can’t wait to see it on the stands or you don’t have time to browse the website, we hope this will provide you with a new, quick way to access the top stories affecting the University of Dayton community. Readers will be able to sign up for the email through a free subscription service and will receive an email every week there’s a new Flyer News publication.
There have been highs and lows this semester. We can’t predict what’s going to happen in the future, but we can make sure you have access to the information when it comes. It’s just one more way we hope to give you up-to-date access to all of your University of Dayton news.
With change in mind, we remember that the semester isn’t the only thing that’s ending this month for some students. This month also signifies a change in the staff of Flyer News. Some are leaving to pursue educational opportunities abroad and hope to return in future semesters, while others are signing this editorial as their final word before they move on to post-grad life. We wish them, and all other graduating seniors, only the best, and hope they’ll remember that we always like to hear from them, whether that’s through a letter to the editor or a friendly email.
We’re excited to greet our new staff members in the spring and look forward to the new ideas they will bring with them. Roger Hoke will assume the role as News Editor, assisted by Mary Macrae; Keith Radd will be taking over as Sports Editor; and Louis De Gruy will be managing contributors’ voices as Opinions Editor.
We look forward to the changes we’re going to make in the new year and to new opportunities to provide you with the news you need on the UD community.