CSU-Pueblo TODAY wants your writing, photographic and artistic talents for online publication, because CSU-Pueblo TODAY believes that contributions from readers like you give our product personality and enhance readership.
Since the start of this semester, the editorial staff has been working hard to generate and produce fresh ideas for the campus’ top news and information vehicle. From stand alone photos to a weekly video game column, CSU-Pueblo TODAY online continues to explore new creative possibilities designed to appeal to every taste. And, the campus has responded favorably.
However, our publication can offer readers much more. And this is where you can help.
Do you like to write? Perhaps you know someone who likes to shoot photographs or video. Maybe you know someone who likes to draw or write poetry. Would you like to serve as a citizen journalist (non-professional reporters who write and report the news?) Maybe you wish to write about a particular hobby.
The creative possibilities are limited only to your imagination and motivation, so please give some thought as to how we can improve our product. I believe your contributions can only help build on CSU-Pueblo TODAY’s reputation of journalism excellence.
CSU-Pueblo TODAY reserves the right to edit material for Associated Press style and taste. Submissions will receive a story byline or photo/video credit, and will remain on our website for approximately one week.
I want to emphasize that CSU-Pueblo TODAY is scheduled to move from the Capps Capozzolo Academic Center for the Arts (Hoag Hall) into the Buell Communications Center (KTSC-TV) in August. Please feel free to drop by and share your comments and concerns.
Some of you have submitted letters to the editor and others have offered story ideas. CSU-Pueblo TODAY values your input as to how we might improve this online service, so let us hear from you.
Enjoy your summer.
William J. Dagendesh is editor in chief of CSU-Pueblo TODAY. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.