On Monday, March 1, The Auburn Plainsman will be reentering the world of college journalism as an online publication after 127 years of print. The only thing changing is the mode in which we expend most of our energy. For years, we’ve given our all into having the print product you know and love, but now we’re shifting. We’re still The Plainsman, and like always, we care what our readers think.
For this change, we’ll need your help.
We’d like to thank you for your support during this transition — it will be needed and greatly appreciated. We’re stepping into a different format. This time will be very experimental, so please also have patience.
And tell us what works, what doesn’t work. What you’ve liked about how we’ve been running our website, newsletter, and social media. We really would like to improve our social media presence, so tell us how we could do better.
Tell us what you don’t like about those things, what needs to stay the same, and what you’d like to see different. We want the excellence that’s been present in our paper to translate to our multimedia efforts, and some of that work will depend on feedback.
So, what do you want to see from us?
Please go to this link and submit any suggestions or comments you have.
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