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Category: NewsBreaker Issues

Farewell, Class of 2020! | The NewsBreaker — Issue 6

Hello again! To view the .pdf of the sixth and final issue of The NewsBreaker for which I am editor, please follow the link below.

Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I am unable to offer any paper copies of this issue.

Below is my final “Words From Your Editor” commentary excerpted from the aforesaid issue.

The NewsBreaker – Issue 5

Hello again! To view the .pdf of the fifth issue of The NewsBreaker, please follow the link below.

Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I am unable to offer any paper copies of this issue.

The NewsBreaker – Issue 4

Hello again! To view the .pdf of the fourth issue of The NewsBreaker, please follow the link below.

Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I am unable to offer any paper copies of this issue.

The NewsBreaker – Issue 3

Hello again! To view the .pdf of the third issue of The NewsBreaker, please follow the link below.

If you wish to request a free paper copy of this issue, please email me at scholinpoet@gmail.com with your name and intended address for delivery.

The NewsBreaker – Issue 2

Hello again! To view the .pdf of the second issue of The NewsBreaker, please follow the link below.

If you wish to request a free paper copy of this issue, please email me at scholinpoet@gmail.com with your name and intended address for delivery.

Hello World, We’ve Gone Print (The NewsBreaker – Issue 1)

Editors Oscar Scholin (left) and Matthew Mendez (right) pose with a 1989 version of the paper.

Now I know what you’re thinking: why on Earth would The NewsBreaker stop using its website and go through the extremely arduous process of designing and printing a physical paper in the Information Age where newspapers are sooner kept as historical relics than used as primary sources of news dissemination? And, how old is The NewsBreaker anyways? Well, like most things in life, the answers are complex, but here’s a brief explanation of why we went paperful and some additional relevant historical information.

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