The Pioneer turns 60; alumni reflect on changes
By Carolyn Schurr Levin and Maxime Devillaz
Long Island University
Sixty years doesn’t make The Pioneer the oldest college newspaper. Not even close.
The Dartmouth was founded in 1799, and The Miami Student in 1826. In 1871, The Bowdoin Orient debuted, and two years later, in 1873, The Harvard Crimson began publishing.
But the challenges, obstacles, and successes faced by The Pioneer, the student newspaper of the LIU Post campus of Long Island University, over 60 years are emblematic of enduring college newspapers, no matter their age. Continue reading “Making the most of milestones for college media”