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The Post reimagined the reader experience across platforms, redesigning its desktop and mobile homepages, article pages, newsletters and apps to create a faster, more relevant and convenient news package.

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The Washington Post and the School of Communication at American University together announce they are now accepting applications to their long-standing fellowship program, established to inspire early-career journalists to earn a Master’s degree at American University’s renowned School of Communication while working on the Metro staff of The Washington Post.

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Written and photographed by local journalists across the country, this edition features a dozen stories that, with the decline of local news outlets, have been underreported or untold.

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Phillips joins The Post from the Washington bureau of The Los Angeles Times, where she covered federal environmental policy and how climate change impacts California.

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The Washington Post is partnering with Tortoise Media on a special digital ThinkIn featuring the key storytellers behind The Attack: Before, During and After

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Kushner is taking over leadership of the education team at a time when schools are in the middle of the nation’s culture wars and, as the Virginia gubernatorial election showed, a crucial political issue.

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Arc XP serves more than 1,900 sites in 28 countries.

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Brammer will write on issues pertaining to culture and identity, while also often including illustrations within his columns.

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Readers also spent an average of over 13 minutes consuming Post content last month, up three percent from September.

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Alvarez has taken a leading role in Arts for The Post's Design team over the past several years, coordinating with editors on displays, art directing special issues, pitching ideas and planning large projects.

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Walls has worked as the lead designer on some of The Post’s most ambitious digital projects over the past four years, including “Gone in a Generation” and the Pulitzer Prize-winning “2°C: Beyond the Limit” series.

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Font has been an art director for the Magazine since 2016, where he blends elegantly crafted typography with creative use of negative space, achieving impact on covers and digital displays by turning down the volume and letting strong visuals step forward.

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Trackim was a summer intern this year, where she worked across a variety of sections, from news and sports to features.

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For Arc XP clients, the integration provides news publishers a seamless way to incorporate Subscribe with Google into their subscription strategy with a simplified implementation and onboarding process.

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Raj comes to The Post with two decades of journalism experience in Hong Kong, Melbourne, Beijing and Kuala Lumpur.

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The National Press Foundation awarded The Post’s Monica Ulmanu, Ann Gerhart, Olivier Laurent, Sarah Kaplan, John Muyskens, Chris Alcantara and Andrew Freedman (now with Axios) with the 2021 Innovative Storytelling award.

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Natalie comes to us from The Walrus in Toronto, where she has been designing for print and digital audiences.

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Parker joins a team of breaking-news writers that plays a key role in The Post's global reporting.

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The new book is authored by The Post's national political enterprise reporters Robert Samuels and Toluse Olorunnipa.

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Faiola will try his hand for the next several months as a foreign-affairs columnist, bringing his previous reporting experience as The Post's South America and Caribbean bureau chief.

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