Being an editor at The Daily Gazette is one of the best (paid) jobs on campus. Depending on your tastes, you’ll find yourself calmly perfecting someone’s article, running around campus to break the next big story, or dozing off at a weird Friday-night office party. Many former DG editors have gone on to become professional journalists.
How do you get this job? Luckily, every so often some of us graduate or go abroad, so new positions open up.
For next fall, we’re looking for a Managing Editor, Web Editor, Assistant Opinions Editor, Assistant News Editor, and Assistant Arts and Features Editor.
Experience helps, but is not required.
CLICK HERE for more details, and to apply.