The Editor-in-Chief oversees the entire production of The Cascade, and is it's the public face. Along with the Managing Editor, they do a final round of edits before the paper is finally sent off to the printers. They also write the editorial on behalf of the Editorial Board, have final say on everything that is published, and steer the course for The Cascade as a whole.
The Managing Editor is the human resources foil to the Editor-In-Chief. They help train new staff and volunteers, edit the features sections, solve problems, plan writers’ workshops, schedule meetings, and spend a lot of time in the office sorting out various issues. Along with the Editor-in-Chief, they do a final round of edits before the paper is finally sent off to the printers.
The Business Manager is in charge of the Cascade's finances and helps run the office. They write cheques for paid staff, maintain financial records, and sell ad space in the newspaper. The Business Manager, Managing Editor, and Editor-In-Chief are scheduled for the most office hours per week, meaning that these three are the most likely to answer any questions.