New State Hornet editor in chief announced

Inna Gritsak

“line-height: 115%;”>The State Hornet Publications Board named

Dustin Nosler the new State Hornet editor in chief today. Nosler

succeeds 2010-11 Editor in Chief Leidhra Johnson.

“line-height: 115%;”>Nosler, who plans to increase the newspaper’s

social media presence and push for more multimedia, said he is

excited about his new position at the Hornet.

“line-height: 115%;”>”I’ve seen a lot of good things from our paper

in the two years I’ve been on staff and I’m looking to continue and

improve on those things. My predecessors have been great and I’m

looking to continue that greatness,” Nosler said.

“line-height: 115%;”>Before joining the Hornet as a sports reporter

in fall 2009, Nosler was the editor in chief at the Cosumnes River

College newspaper, The Connection.

“line-height: 115%;”>Nosler is the online managing editor for the

Hornet this year. He is in charge of overseeing and managing online

content on the Hornet website,

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newspaper switched to a new web host last week, Nosler was

instrumental in managing the transition.

“line-height: normal; margin: 0in 0in 7.5pt;”>“We were very

lucky this year – we were blessed with a pool of incredibly

talented candidates,” said Holly Heyser, State Hornet faculty

adviser and Publications Board chair. “We’re excited about moving

forward with Dustin and seeing what the newspaper will accomplish

in the next year.”

“line-height: 115%;”>Nosler’s position as editor in chief will last

for one year.