It's been an exciting few weeks at The Herald!

At our annual banquet on November 30th, we bid farewell to the outgoing 122nd Editorial Board and business managers and welcome a new set of Herald leaders. The 123rd Editorial Board and the new Business Board will take the reins beginning in January.


Back Row (Left to Right): Business Strategy Director Angel Lee '14, General Manager Julia Kuwahara '14, Business Development Director Justin Lee '14, Finance Director Luka Ursic '14, General Manager Samuel Plotner '14. Front Row (Left to Right): Sales Director Eliza Coogan '15, Alumni Relations Director Emily Chu '14


Left to Right: Senior Editor Alexa Pugh '14, Managing Editor Jordan Hendricks '14, Editor-in-Chief Shefali Luthra '14, Editor-in-Chief Lucy Feldman '14, Senior Editor Aparna Bansal '14, Managing Editor Elizabeth Carr '14














Read more about The Herald's incoming leadership.


We are also happy to announce that we will be launching a new website this winter. To continue receiving our email newsletter when production resumes, please resubscribe by filling out this form. Please note that you must resubscribe in order to continue receiving the newsletter next year. Thanks for reading!


Annual Appeal Update

Since September, we have raised $6,865 toward the Financial Aid Initiative thanks to the generosity of alums, students, and parents.

One exciting push this year was The Herald's participation in American Express's Small Business Saturday. All donations on Saturday, November 24th were subsidized by $25 through the promotion, and we were able to raise an impressive $2,075 on this day alone. We want to thank all of those who have supported our campaign, and we are close to reaching our goal of $8,000. We would truly appreciate your support!

Since its inception in 2006, the Financial Aid program has helped over 40 students commit time and energy to The Herald without worrying about a work study job. But to keep this valuable program running, we need your help. Click here to donate to The Herald's Financial Aid Initiative.

As the end of the year approaches and the holidays are upon us, we wanted to remind you that The Brown Daily Herald, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and all gifts to The Herald are tax deductible