New student media leaders elected

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Alec Horton (left), Katie Rayburn, Kierstin Richter and Noah Baudoin. Photos submitted

ALEC HORTON
The Current Sauce

Q: What kinds of changes are you thinking about making?

A: I think establishing a consistent feature section in the center spread of our paper will help: a feature story with crazy visuals and a fun design.

 

KATIE RAYBURN
Argus Literary Magazine

Q: Why do you think a literary magazine is really valuable to a campus’s population?

A: I feel like it’s almost a more romanticized version of what’s happening … We have a bunch of past editions that we pull out occasionally and we’re just like ‘oh, well, Hurricane Katrina was that year, or before.’

 

KIERSTIN RICHTER
The Potpourri

Q: Why do you think that student media is really something that anyone can do, not just communications majors?

A: I feel like if you limit that to just comm. majors, or just English majors, then you’re only going to get one perspective of the student population … If you are able to get everybody’s ideas, then you get a better idea of what the students are actually thinking.

 

NOAH BAUDOIN
KNWD

Q: Do you have plans to change any of the music that plays on the station?

A: Some people have said there’s a lot of alternative music on the station. I’ve looked at it, and there is a lot of it. I know we’ve played about zero country … So I want there to be something for everyone.