The McCormick Herald
The student newspaper of McCormick Theological Seminary.
The Herald is McCormick's one and only student-run e-paper. In The Herald you’ll find articles, pictures, opinion pieces, and information about educational programs, jobs, scholarships, and upcoming McCormick events. The Herald also serves as a platform for students and student organizations to express their questions, concerns, and excitement about all things McCormick, ministry, and life.
This year, The Herald will also be broadcasting announcements via McCormick's digital announcement board, located near the bathrooms on the first floor.
You can also find find us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/mccormickherald) and follow us on Twitter (@mccormickherald).
Here’s how to submit to The Herald:
How to submit to The Herald
If you have an article, announcement, editorial, picture, video, etc., email it to the The Herald at email@example.com.
All articles and editorials should be submitted as word documents. All graphics and pictures should be submitted as JPEG files. PDFs will not be accepted.
How to submit to The Herald (digital announcement board)
The digital announcement board is for announcements and flyers. All announcements and flyers should be submitted as JPEG files and sent to The Herald at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submission Deadline and Editors’ Discretion
The Herald is published on Wednesdays, excluding school breaks and J-term, during the academic year. The submission deadline is Monday at noon.
Please note that all submissions to The Herald are subject to editorial review. The Herald reserves the right to edit, change, and/or add additional material, including graphics, to published submissions without written notice. All open letters, editorials, and opinion pieces must be signed and include an email address at which the author(s) can be reached. No anonymous pieces will be published.
Interested in writing or taking pictures for The Herald? Contact us at email@example.com.
Check your email each Wednesday class is in session for the latest news from The Herald.
The 2013-2014 Herald Editor is Marvis Hardy, a first year MADD student. She brings to the position many years of writing experience. Please get to know her.