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Phone: 404-413-1620 • Fax: 404-413-1622
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF | Troi Charity
ONLINE EDITOR | OPEN
PRODUCTION DESIGNER | Tammy Huynh
ASSOCIATE DESIGNER | Jamaal Hicks
NEWS EDITOR | Lauren Booker
ARTS & LIVING EDITOR | Inga Masic
SPORTS EDITOR | OPEN
PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR | Jade Johnson
OPINIONS EDITOR | Ciara Frisbie
COPY EDITOR | Open
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR | Sean Keenan
ASSOCIATE ARTS & LIVING EDITOR | Open
ASSOCIATE SPORTS EDITOR | Open
ASSOCIATE ONLINE EDITOR | Open
MARKETING MANAGER | Michael Gaither
ADVERTISING COORDINATOR | OPEN
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR STUDENT MEDIA (Advisor for The Signal)| Bryce McNeil
The Signal shall provide, in a fair and accurate manner, news of interest and significance to the Georgia State University community and serve as a forum for the expression of ideas of members of that community. Furthermore, The Signal shall provide an opportunity for students to pursue experience within a professional newspaper environment. The Signal shall also provide truthful and ethical advertising of interest to the Georgia State University community.
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SUBMIT LETTER TO EDITOR
Letters must be submitted to the Opinions Editors via email and must include the text of the letter in the body of the message. Letters should be 200-400 words maximum. The Signal will allow longer letters, but only in rare circumstances. Letters must include the full name(s) of the writer(s) and include their year and major. If the writer is a faculty member, they must include their title and department. Letters will be fact-checked prior to publication. The writer may be obligated to make changes to the letter for publication. Letters will be edited for grammar, clarity, length, factual accuracy and adherence to Signal policy. The Signal reserves the right to modify and/or reject letters at the discretion of the editorial staff.
Opinions and Letters to the Editor expressed in The Signal are the opinions of the writers and readers. It does not reflect the opinions of The Signal.
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