Ram Page welcomes new Editor for Spring
Price to bring big plans for upcoming semester
Scott Dykowski, Editor-in-Chief. Ram Page
The Ram Page welcomes new Editor-in-Chief Allison Price for the 2014 Spring Semester.
Price is a sophomore majoring in Mass Media with a concentration in Convergent Journalism. She has worked for the Ram Page for one and a half years occupying the positions of staff writer, features editor, and managing editor.
"I am so honored and excited about this opportunity," Price said. "I was a part of newspaper in high school and this is what I want to do the rest of my life. I look forward to creating an interesting paper for students and faculty on campus,"
Price said that she hopes to build the reputation of the Ram Page and have more of the campus picking up the paper to read that weeks news.
"Allison has a lot of passion and heart for the paper and I think that's what we really need to be successful," Managing Editor Adam Sauceda said.
Online Editor Riley Mashburn said Allison will work hard to make the paper better overall and get more of what students want in the paper to attract more readers.
"I want to make the paper something that not only I would enjoy but something I know other people will enjoy," Price said.
The Ram Page should be something of interest for everyone on campus Price said. The paper will showcase the student body more and have stories that students will be able to relate to and enjoy.
"Allison has held a lot of roles on the paper already and has helped out a lot in previous semesters so I believe she is very qualified for this new position," Sauceda said.
Price hopes to make the Ram Page a news source that not only students can pick up but anyone coming to visit ASU can read and appreciate.
"All of the high school students and their visiting parents might see the paper in the stands all over campus and if they pick it up they can see all of what ASU has to offer," Price said.
Mashburn said Price will bring a new perspective to the paper and always find new ways to make it better.
"Many of the staff members are returning from last semester and we are all very close and work great together," she said. "I have big plans for the Ram Page and I know I have a good staff to help me accomplish that goal."
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