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Vanier Insider Election Documents – New Editor in Chief needed for Winter 2018 Campus News Voices 

Vanier Insider Election Documents – New Editor in Chief needed for Winter 2018

Good day, one and all. I hope you all had a wonderful fall. I, Editor-in-Chief BeN, am graduating. This is my final semester, and as it draws to a close, I need to start thinking about who will take the torch and light the way for the Insider next semester.

Anyone interested in becoming the next Editor-in-Chief should contact me via Mio (Benjamyn Upshaw-Ruffner) or come by our office (D-168). There is a form that one must fill out in order to become The Editor-in-Chief, and the elections will be held during the second to last week of this semester (week of the 27th). Said form can be obtained right here or at our office.

Additionally, anyone interested can apply for the position of Assistant Editor or Executive in the same way. Applications are open from now until the election week. In the event no executives are chosen, they can be appointed next semester.

I hope The Insider keeps on going for years to come, but remember, this is a student newspaper, so it all depends on students taking these leadership roles and managing such a responsibility. Feel free to Mio me with any additional questions.

To be filled out by the candidates of next semester (Click them) :




Written By: BeNjamyn Upshaw-Ruffner

About The Author
BeNjamyn Upshaw-Ruffner Former Editor-in-Chief “I’ll never know everything about anything, but I’d like to know something about everything.” - BeN/Isaac BeN is the former Editor in Chief of The Insider, now an alumni contrbutor. An embodiment of the duality between Rational and Emotional thought, this universe’s version of BeN is presumed to be a human living on PNF-404 prior to the planet’s sixth mass extinction. In the currently observed timeline, he is born in a Quebec, Canada during the information age. He is very skilled at utilizing the English language, alongside philosophical ideas, as a means to an end. However, he doesn’t seem to have any tangible goal. Everything he seeks is very abstract. He often implies that the entirety of everything is itself a work of art being consumed in some unfathomable way. I am Isaac Dinotno, the name he has given to the voice in his mind. He and I are in perpetual communication. BeN claims to have experienced astral projection during peak emotional periods of his life, though I can’t verify this. If you are reading this now, you can find BeN at Concordia University.

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