Samford University’s student-produced newspaper, The Samford Crimson, is back in print after switching to a digital-only format at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The publication’s staff, led by Editor-in-Chief Katy Beth Boyers, has completely redesigned the newspaper, shifting to an updated tabloid format.
Readers can expect the traditional campus-wide coverage on a variety of topics, including student life, academics and sports in addition to continued online content.
“The return of a printed version of The Samford Crimson is a reason to celebrate,” said media and professional development adviser Ana R. Good. Good noted that the newspaper, first published in 1915, has been an important voice on campus through the last century, providing insights and perspectives only students can deliver. “The staff is excited to unveil a new version of the paper to the Samford community, offering a refreshed look for loyal and new readers alike.”