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The East Carolinian Staff

Editorial Staff:
Editor-in-Chief - Jenna Price
Managing Editor - Trajan Warren
Copy Chief - Vacant
News Editor - Summer Tonizzo
News Chief - Elizabeth Johnson
Arts & Entertainment Editor - Summer Tonizzo
Arts & Entertainment Chief - Elizabeth Johnson
Sports Editor - Brendan Gillespie
Sports Chief - Vacant
Opinion Editor - Vacant
Visual Arts Editor - Ashley Lewis
Visual Arts Chief - Vacant
Multimedia Manager - Pat Polomchak
Social Media Manager - Vacant
Design Chief - Cheyanne Ware

Join our staff:
Student Media welcomes on new staff through the Candidate Program, a semester-long training regimen for prospective staff members at The East Carolinian, the university’s 93-year-old student newspaper. After completing the candidate program and at least a semester on staff with The East Carolinian, reporters may apply for management positions within the Magazine Division or contribute to the magazines as a reporter.
Candidate Program participants meet for one hour weekly, where they are part of vital sessions on a variety of topics relevant to student journalism, and they are required to meet other beneficial standards that make for a complete reporter. And if all goes as planned, students graduate out of the program to become reporters, then editors, copy editors, news editors, magazine division editors and, for a few, editor-in-chief or managing editor. 
Beat editors are assigned a staff of up to 20-30 student reporters per semester. It is the job of each editor, along with his/her assistant editor, to work with these student reporters, helping them with assignments, story structure, newsgathering and editing. To a lesser extent, copy editors and the managing editor are also cast in the peer mentor role. Even the editor-in-chief may on occasion work with individual students.
Classes taught by an adviser include modules on Newsgathering, Newswriting, Feature Writing, Editing, Libel & Privacy Law and Ethics & Diversity, among others. There are additional requirements, including Day Desk and Night Desk in which the candidates handle duties necessary for the operation of the newspaper.
For more information, contact The East Carolinian's adviser Cherie Speller at