Water Tower rebounds

The Water Tower is dusting off their stands as they prepare to return to print.

“It’s a relief to hear that the Water Tower is back,” first-year Olivia Pe?±a said. 

“We could all see that it’s important to improve and maintain communication with higher establishments if we must depend on them,” Peña said when referring to the Water Tower staff and their current relations with the art department.  

After taking a one week hiatus due to printing issues, members of the Water Tower are now able to complete the newspaper layout in the library media lab, news editor Dan Nissim said. 

It is not a perfect solution, Nissim said. 

UVM’s alternative news magazine was able to return to print this week because of the tireless effort put in by the editing staff, Nissim said. 

“We have made no progress in returning to Williams, but we will continue to explore other options,” he said. 

 “It’s been a hectic couple weeks, but the editors and staff really pulled everything together and have made it possible to continue to print,” editor-in-chief Cait O’Hara said

A new issue of the paper appeared on stands around campus Jan. 28.