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They’re Ba-ack

After almost forty-eight hours of capital-d Drama, the Spectator‘s website is back up. No noticeable changes, and both sides are still not commenting for legal reasons.  Oh, and hi Gothamist! UPDATE (11:30 PM): Spec‘s editors have published an “Editor’s Note”: The Columbia Daily Spectator Web site was down from Friday, October 16th until Sunday, October […]

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Columbia Daily Spectacle (UPDATED)

Those hoping for the Spec site to return will be happy to hear that, according to editor-in-chief Melissa Repko, “the website should be back up again in the next 24 hours.” In the meantime, though, tipsters have provided a more complete picture of what brought the site down.  According to sources, a group of managing […]

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No, It’s Not Another Redesign

Visitors to the Spec‘s website might find the front page looking a little lacking in content.   Rather than the first step in a makeover, tipsters tell us that there’s “some serious internal – and possibly legal – drama going down.” Spec editor-in-chief Melissa Repko declined comment on advice of lawyers, and online editor Ryan […]

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