Macon C. McGinley

“Our student newspaper’s archives date back to 1925 and were slowly disintegrating before our eyes. Microfilm was the first step toward more permanent archives, but we found that our 21st-century students also wanted the accessibility of a digital archive. Hoag and Sons worked with us to take advantage of today’s innovations in technology to provide the most utility to our readers and future generations of researchers.”

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