About The Herald
The Herald is a public forum whose content is written for the Arkansas State University community.
Student editors of The Herald have the authority to make all content decisions without censorship or advance approval.
New issues of The Herald are published on Mondays and Thursdays during the fall and spring semesters. Print copies are distributed around the Jonesboro campus. Breaking news is posted online at this location as it occurs.
The Herald's content is normally written by students. The "Our View" section represents the opinions of the editorial staff. Columns, letters to the editor, cartoons and other content on the opinion page are the views of the author, and do not necessarily represent the opinion of The Herald or Arkansas State University.
The Herald office is located in room 224 of the Communications Building on the Jonesboro campus.
Archived content from 2000 to present is available online by searching for keywords or dates in the search bar at the top of each page. Content from 1996 to 2000 is available on the ASU College of Communications archive.
Quick facts and figures
Print edition founded in 1921
Online edition founded in 1996
Print edition is available at 26 newsstands on the Jonesboro campus and at the Edge Coffee House, located off-campus at 1900 Aggie Road.
For more information, including a full print schedule, please see our 2011-2012 rate card (PDF).
Interested in working for The Herald?
The Herald accepts applications from any currently registered ASU student. Applications can be obtained from The Herald office.
Freelance staff positions: writer and reporter, senior staff writer, photographer, cartoonist.
Production staff positions: editor-in-chief, advertising manager, copy editor, news editor, arts and features editor, opinions editor, sports editor, online editor, photo editor.
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