If you’ve read The Daily Tar Heel enough this year, you know a lot has changed. Financial difficulties have required us to adapt if we want to survive. I’ve done everything I can to make sure our coverage meets your expectations, while also figuring out the changing media environment — and trying to maintain a decent GPA.
We appreciate the support we’ve received, and I have personally enjoyed getting to know a lot of you. That being said, my time leading this paper is coming to an end.
While I am sad to be leaving this position, I wanted to let you all know about two opportunities to help the DTH.
First, my departure means that it is time to pick a new editor, and we want you to be involved in the process. We’re looking for students and community members to join the editor-selection committee. This is a chance to have direct control over the editorial vision of the DTH in the coming year.
You can meet the new editor, ask what their plans are, let them know what went well and what didn’t. Heck, you can even tell them why I did an awful job — I am fine with that, as long as it makes the DTH better in the future.