For years, The Cracked Pot provided quality content from TPS students across the globe. It brought joy and insights into the world we live in.
Eventually, that moniker was retired, and clay was born. Like a phoenix from the ashes, clay rebranded the idea of TPS content, constantly pushing to improve on the foundations previously built.
Over the past three years, we’ve seen a change in the publishing schedule, name, logo, and design of the website. But has it been enough?
“No!” you scream. Well, we hear you — that’s why everything changes today.
It’s 2020, everyone. We’ve merely wrapped up three months of this new year, or better yet, the new decade. What better time to spice things up? (You might be wondering why we didn’t start these New Years-centric renovations in January. You have Leanne’s procrastination, displayed so poignantly in her Round Robin, to thank for that.)
Starting this month, we’re going to be workshopping a whole new clay. We grew weary of the usual articles we churn out every week, so our columnists are not only encouraged, but forced expected to reinvent their content to provide you with their most innovative, out-of-the-box thinking yet. Plus, we’re taking feedback from various members of the staff on how they think we should improve this publication. clay is a democracy, not a dictatorship (publicly, at least). We expect the transformation process, as well as ironing out the kinks of it (if this turns out anything like Cassie’s Round Robin, there will be more than enough plot holes and kinks to fix) to be a very public process, so stay tuned every week to see us take clay to a whole new level.
Welcome to the new clay. Prepare to have your minds blown.