“… All of that may be true, but I had one unassailable piece of evidence on my side: a student of university history, I knew the daily, while mediocre for much of its history, had had moments of greatness – especially in the 1960s, 1970s, and even up until the late 1980s – and I knew that at those times, writers had been interested in breaking stories that effected many students, and competed with the Ann Arbor News to break important stories. Some editors I had didn’t even bother to read the Ann Arbor News. One story I wrote, at the encouragement of one of the better editors, did end up in a slightly modified form in that paper … “

> Yes, this means Part 3 of Inside the Daily is online: “My Story at the Daily”

Author: Rob