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The critical difference between a magazine and a newspaper

The critical difference between a magazine and a newspaper

December 5, 2018

Disclaimer: This is a response to the article “Letter to the Editor: One drop cap at a time” published on Dec. 4, 2018. Design is important. Design is exciting. Design is complicated. We are grateful to be part ...

Letter to the Editor: One drop cap at a time

Letter to the Editor: One drop cap at a time

Federico Yñiguez, Contributing Writer

December 4, 2018

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinions, Today

Design is important. I would know as I spend hours a week looking at, critiquing and creating design. In design class, we learn that typography is a key element in helping create the identity of any magazi...

Daily 49er and DIG Magazine take ACP/CCMA awards

Daily 49er and DIG Magazine take ACP/CCMA awards

March 6, 2017

SAN FRANCISCO — The Daily 49er and Dig Magazine took home 16 awards at the California College Media Association competition Saturday night. The winners were announced at CCMA’s annual banquet at the Hya...

Daily 49er hires new editor in chief

Paige Pelonis, editor in chief     

April 20, 2015

Filed under Campus, News, Today

On a warm April night, a handful of staff members from the Daily 49er sat around tossing out adjectives, waiting for one to land. They laughed while trying to come up with the best description of a friend and team member who will soon be their new leader. A quiet student with an eye for newspaper design, senior journalism major Greg Diaz, 31, will soon take over as editor in chief at the Daily 49er. “A man of mystery,...

The USU Referendum garnered a lot more attention than ASI elections

Dale Lendrum, Contributing Writer

March 19, 2015

Filed under Columns, Opinions

By 1:26 p.m. Wednesday evening, a meager 8.4 percent of the student population had cast their ballots during the ASI elections. With the election closed, it appears that after a lengthy campaign and record-setting voter turnout for the USU Referendum, students just aren’t feeling the ASI elections. That was certainly the case during last week’s three scheduled campaign events. Less than 1 percent of California State...