Co-Founders Panzer and Long to Retire

Following a highly successful tenure on the staff of The Fourth Crown, Co-Founders and Co-Editors-in-Chief Samuel L. Panzer and Nate Long have announced their retirement from the publication.

Under the leadership of Panzer and Long, The Fourth Crown enjoyed steady readership growth and social media reach. They penned several of the publication’s most successful articles, including “Liquid Water Discovered on Surface of Minnesota,” “St. Olaf College Recognized as Worst Academic Institution in Northfield, MN,” “Sophomores at Four Year Residential College Shocked to Learn Meaning of ‘Four Year Residential College’,” and “Gustavus Administration Launches Effort to Identify Banksy.” In May 2014, The Fourth Crown received the Paul Magnuson Award for Leadership and Service.

Panzer and Long will join fellow Co-Founder J.D. Feit as Editor-in-Chief Emeriti.




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