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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Column: Letter from the editor

COVID-19 has fundamentally changed how we act. We at the Roundup continue to strive to provide excellent news coverage to everyone on our digital platforms. 

In our final printed issue – Issue 4 – we came back to campus while students were sent home. Within two days, our team of editors, reporters and photographers were able to put together one last special COVID-19 issue that was printed and distributed. 

The transition to a fully online work environment has been difficult, but we are committed to overcoming these new challenges that we all have to face in the new normal.

While the pandemic has put physical distance between our staff members, we have come closer together as a team. 

We are still here. We are still ready and willing to serve the public, to serve you, in finding and sharing the truth. We are here for you digitally, and hopefully soon, we’ll see you again in print. 

 

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