Goodnight Texan


Anthony Green worked for six total semesters at The Daily Texan. During his tenure, he has served as senior reporter, news desk editor and associate news editor for the news department as well as co-host of The Daily Texan Newscast and director of the podcast department. He is best known for casual slayage.
Photo Credit: Melanie Westfall | Daily Texan Staff

Editor’s note: A 30 column is a chance for departing permanent staff to say farewell and reflect on their time spent in The Daily Texan’s basement office. The term comes from the old typesetting mark (-30-) to denote the end of a line. 

Goodnight Peter, goodnight critiques.

Goodnight Crime Corner, and all crimes unique.

Goodnight couches, goodnight naps.

Goodnight scrounging for Kismet scraps.

Goodnight RICOH, goodnight office mosquito. 

Goodnight Governor Abbott, and all your vetoes. 

Goodnight comics, with all your jokes.

Goodnight vending machine, spouting out expired cokes.

Goodnight news, goodnight streamers.

Goodnight reporters, may you always stay dreamers.

Goodnight podcast, goodnight Lillian.

Goodnight Zeke and Sam, producers so diligent. 

Goodnight basement, and all the times before.  

Goodnight dirty, disgusting basement floor.

Good morning New York.

Good morning Wall Street Journal.

Good morning journalism, my love will always be eternal.