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Interested in Working for The Spectator?

Are you interested in working for The Spectator?

The Spectator is the independent student newspaper of Valdosta State University. We are a student organization on campus with three faculty adviser. The rest of the staff is entirely students. Students make all editorial decisions about what runs in the paper and on the news site.

Our staff includes writers, photographers, editors, graphic designers, mobile app designers, marketing and advertising staff. If you’d like to become a part of the Spectator team, please let us know!

We encourage people from all majors to make inquiries, not just journalists.

1)  Contact Dr. Ted Geltner, editorial adviser, at tageltner@valdosta.edu, or Dr. Pat Miller, senior adviser, at pmiller@valdosta.edu.

OR

2) Call the Spectator newsroom at (229) 333-5688.

To become involved with the Spectator’s advertising and marketing team, click here

We are always interested in hearing from new talent!

 

The Spectator reserves the right to delete any comment that we find libelous, invades privacy, or otherwise impinges on media law concerns. We welcome your comments and thoughts on our articles. All comments go through The Spectator website student administrators before they are published to the website. Comments over two paragraphs in length will be removed. Any commentary longer than two paragraphs must be submitted to the Spectator in a letter to the editor. Spectator writers and photographers are also asked not to comment on columns. If you have any questions, please contact us at spec@valdosta.edu. Note that student editors are responsible for all content on the Spectator website. Read more on the comment moderation and internet takedown policies HERE

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