State Press alumni remember print: Stephanie Conner1 a.m. last call for a celebratory beer that I was more worried about. But let’s go with the print deadline. Either way, it was a rush. We were up against the same constraints as every other newspaper in the country. And that’s part of why the State Press was such good training. It’s also where I met some of my best friends. Working for the State Press was — and likely will forever be — the best job I’ve ever had.
Managing Editor, Opinion Editor, Copy Editor, Columnist (and even Morning Delivery Truck Driver)