Like I said in my last post, it’s been a long weekend. After staying up for at least 27 hours writing and working, I’m looking forward to having a week off to focus on my schoolwork, especially since our staff writers are starting to work on stories.
As much as I enjoy writing, it’ll be nice not to have the editorial board stuck filling an entire paper on our own.
However, I’d say that the extra amount of time and effort I put in alongside my other editors was well worth the trouble, since the issue we produced is a really nice one. We have our large two-story coverage of the Point-In-Time homeless census written by me, my co-News Editor Sarah and our Managing Editor Micah, but there are also plenty of other stories worth reading.
One of those stories is a small read of the general campus climate following President Donald Trump’s executive order banning travel for some in the international community that was put in place last Friday. There are also stories on the new parking spaces available for CSUF students, an art exhibit with traditionally Japanese-styled artwork depicting various modern-day issues and the other story I wrote about the Titan Direct Access pilot program that has been introduced by Titan Shops and the campus Information Technology (IT) Department.
There’s more than that too, and in my opinion, the paper is worth throwing up here for you guys to see yourselves:
In case you have trouble seeing it you can look at the digital version of the publication here on Issuu.
I’m still pretty exhausted though, honestly. There’s some homework I have to do… But really, I think I’m going to take a nap first.
If you want to see the story I wrote about the Titan Direct Access program, you can see it here. You can also see the story Sarah and I wrote about the homeless people our groups encountered during the Point-In-Time Count here. If you’re interested in seeing more, my whole archive of work for the Daily Titan can be found through the link over on the right!