The Stillman Exchange Staff Invites You to Peruse Our Improved Website

A Note from the Editor:

By Dominique Fortes
Executive Editor

Over the course of these past few weeks, the Stillman Exchange staff has been working to improve the content and design of our publication. Beyond the addition of new sections (in print and online), we have added some great new features which you can view online only!

On our website, all viewers have access to a handy digital version of all our printed articles (in both PDF and easy-read regular digital formats). Beginning in October, we will also provide for you the bios of our entire editorial staff and a complete list of all our writers. If you click on the name of a writer, you can also access all of the writer’s published Stillman Exchange pieces. Additionally, we will even provide you with access to a list of our “writers of the week”– a showcase of all of the writers that have achieved this prestigious Stillman Exchange writer accolade. Our award winners will also be featured on our Facebook page, so make sure to keep an eye out for that accouncement!

A special thank you goes out to the digital editors, Andrew Aguilera and Laura Colantonio for making this possible!

For those of you who have not yet visited our digital site, please make sure to do so, and feel free to “like,” “comment on,” and “share” our items. We love seeing your interaction with our stories!

If you’d like to read more of our stories online, please visit us at:

http://www.thestillmanexchange.com

 

A version of this article appeared in the Tuesday, September 27th print edition.

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