Epigram is an independent student newspaper of the University of Bristol. It was established in 1988 by James Landale, now a senior BBC journalist, who studied politics at Bristol. Former editor of The Daily Telegraph, William Lewis, was a writer for Epigram in its early years. Epigram is produced fortnightly during term time, and as of May 2019 the newspaper has reached 339 editions. It is available as a paper edition distributed freely around the university, with articles and discussion also appearing online. The website has now become key to Epigram's output, with tens of thousands of hits each month. The paper follows a traditional newspaper layout: the front of the newspaper is devoted to news issues, particularly those concerning students at the university. With the addition of online editors for each of Epigram's 14 sections in order to update the paper's growing website, it now has a 50-strong editorial team mostly consisting of students from the second year and above (formal recruitment is carried out in the last term of an academic year). The current co-Editors-in-Chief are students Imogen Horton and Patrick Sullivan, with Will Charley as Deputy Editor, Tom Taylor as Digital Editor, and Bethany Marris as Deputy Digital Editor. All students at the University are encou... ()

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