The Promethean is the student newspaper for the University of Wisconsin-Superior campus and community. Our purpose is to serve the University in the capacity of the Press, to cover all important news which pertains to the students of the University of Wisconsin-Superior, both of news which occurs within the walls of the University and outside. It is charged with informing and making known the opinions of the student body, and succeeds the Peptomist and Stinger in this capacity. Although the medium we use to perform those duties has changed, we have always been, and always will be here for the students.
In its current form, the Promethean is an online newspaper and is also a physical newspaper that is printed 7-8 times during the school year.
The Promethean is written by and edited by the students of the University of Wisconsin-Superior, and they are solely responsible for its editorial content.
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The Promethean meets every Tuesday at 12:00 in the Yellowjacket Union Room 159 unless announced otherwise. Questions and comments about news and advertising can be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom first started working in radio back in 1985 in Pine City, Minnesota and quickly moved on to Duluth/Superior that year to WDSM/KZIO as a news reporter. After a successful stint as news director and sports director there, he moved on to KBJR-TV where he worked full-time as sports director from 1991-2013. Tom has been broadcasting UMD Bulldog athletic games for 27 seasons and during that time has also done UW-Superior, CSS and a variety of high school and college sports. For several years Tom was also the state high school sideline reporter, host and play-by-play announcer for Minnesota State High School Tournaments in football, basketball and hockey on KSTC45 from 2006-2009.