More notable than its antiquity is its will to exist. Like the phoenix, The Times has created its own mythology, rising from the ashes of oblivion again and again, none the worse for wear. Which is why A paper of Record is about continuity rather than disruption. Although The Times changed hands a dozen times, each new owner endeavored- as does the present one-to build upon the newspaper‘s legacy of adherence to the truth and editorial freedom.
Once more The Tines is recording and annotating current history. But more than that, through its School of Journalism, it is preparing the next generation of reporters and editors to take on its mantle in service of the public.
Here is the once and future paper of record.
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