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Meet your editors: Emily Myler, copy chief

Editor’s note: As part of a media transparency initiative, on Aug. 20, 2018, The Collegian spent the first day of publishing of the year telling our readers about us. You can read more about the people behind our publication in the Editor’s Blog.

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Collegian Copy Chief Emily Myler (Ashley Potts | Collegian)

Emily Myler is The Collegian’s copy chief for the 2018-19 school year.


Myler is a senior majoring in communication studies and minoring in linguistics and culture. She transferred to Colorado State University from Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs in the fall 2017 as a junior, having just received her associate degree in Spanish.

Myler’s background in journalism originated in high school when she held the position of feature editor for the campus newspaper The Glenwood Springs High School Brimstone.

Outside the Rocky Mountain Student Media newsroom, Myler manages the Communication Studies Club as the organization’s president and facilitates community issues with the Center for Public Deliberation. She’s also a dedicated dog mom.

Myler looks forward to using her position as copy chief to help The Collegian maintain and improve the quality of reporting its readers have come to expect.

Collegian Copy Chief Emily Myler can be reached at or on Twitter @emilymyler2.

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