Editor’s Letter 10/28


Photo courtesy of Mark Harris

Dear readers,

Welcome to our special 10/28 print edition!

As the spooky season reaches a head, we decided to continue our tradition from last year by having a Halloween print edition. We have been planning and working toward this for over a month and our staff has been hard at work to get this out even under tighter deadlines. I can’t wait for you all to see what we have been up to.

The Comenian as of late has been a primarily online publication since the fall of 2016. But the staff and I believe that having a physical print edition is the best way to make the paper accessible to the wider Moravian community.

Before you jump into the stories, I have a great announcement! One of our staff members, Elizabeth Kameen, will now be our newest managing editor, joining our current managing editor,  Logan Palau. Liz has been doing a fantastic job this semester and I would like to thank her, especially for doing the layout for this print edition. 

Before I sign off: if you’re interested in joining The Comenian please join us at our meetings, which take place every Wednesday at 5 pm in Zinzendorf Hall, room 100. 

We are looking for new writers, photographers, videographers, graphic designers, and more, so if any of those interests you be sure to stop by or email me at [email protected]

The Comenian supports a wide range of content, so if you want to interview students around campus, you can. If you want to make video essays you can. If you want to make short comics, you can. Whether you want to write about news, politics, music, movies, sports, video games, food, history, or anything else, I guarantee you will have a place here.

Also, if you would like to be notified by email whenever we publish a new edition of the paper – either the online or print version – please send your address to [email protected]. We’ll add you to our email list!

Thank you for reading this week’s refresh. I hope you come back soon as we continue to publish new content every other week. 

Your editor-in-chief,