Omnibus is the official newspaper for staff and students at Aarhus University.
Omnibus aims to be a medium that creates identity, brings people together, and inspires debate.
Omnibus has editorial freedom – and is edited independently of the particular interests of any group at Aarhus University.
The editorial staff consists of two journalists who only work for Omnibus and a student worker.
Omnibus is edited with due regard for journalistic news values, the rules governing good press ethics and the Danish Media Liability Act.
Sources of the articles in Omnibus have the right to be informed about what they are being quoted for, and about the connections in which they are used as sources in articles. Factual errors and misunderstandings will be corrected. Sources have no influence on the form and content of articles, which are determined by the editorial staff.
One of the tasks of the editorial committee is to ensure the editorial freedom of Omnibus. The committee consists of two representatives of the academic staff, two representatives of the technical and administrative staff, two students, and a representative of the management.
Members of the editorial committee:
The editor-in-chief deals with and responds to any complaints about Omnibus. The editor informs the editorial committee of any such complaints.