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March 26, 2014

Students at Anoka-Ramsey Community College Cambridge Campus and Coon Rapids Campus united their respective newspapers to launch a digital student news site called The Campus Eye (TheCampusEye.com).

The launch followed a Name the News contest held in January which invited students to create a name that represented both campuses.

 “Our new name better represents what we do at Anoka-Ramsey,” said student and newspaper Editor-in-Chief, CM Dugan. “And it puts us on the map for high-quality college journalism. I’m pumped that we’ve been able to bring our organization to the level of other colleges.”

Newspaper adviser and college Journalism Faculty member, Trisha Collopy noted the online site will help reach students where they are most likely to consume news—online and on their phones—as well as connect students who take classes on both campuses or online.

 “I’m excited about our ability to reach students with the new site,” she said. “It will also help our students develop their digital media skills, and it puts them in the middle of a conversation about the future of news.”

Campus Eye masthead

 

Students at Anoka-Ramsey Community College Cambridge Campus and Coon Rapids Campus united their respective newspapers to launch a digital student news site called The Campus Eye (masthead shown). Check it out at: TheCampusEye.com.