Production Notes

The Editors

Editor-in-Chief: Chuk Kittredge

Managing Editor: Nico Vreeland

Submissions Editor: Drew Haxby

Artistic Director: Gayathri Marasinghe

Layout Manager: Kate Fischer

Submission Policy

We will accept: essays, arguments, letters to the editor, satire, short prose, journalism, poetry, visual art, humor, exposes, historical revisionism, reviews, critiques and ideas.

Written submissions must be no more than 1500 words, and will be revised in conjunction with the contributing author.

Letters to the editor must be no more than 200 words and will not be edited before printing.

Art and all other visual media must be no larger than 8.5 by 11 inches.

No submission will be refused printing because of its subject matter.

Submissions can be put in Box 1031 or, preferably, emailed to:


The views expressed in this little rag are not necessarily glib or even factual. We apologize. It happens. Now that we're through with that, you probably want to know which ones are a pack of lies. Here's a hint - they're in this font.

While we intend to represent things as truthfully as possible most of the time, sometimes satire is the best, or easiest, way to get the point across. Hell, sometimes its even funny. We also accept no responsibility for what our contributors write, say, think, or hope. Libel suits be damned. Basically, caveat lector.

Enjoy the show.

Key to Truth v. Fiction:

Lies, falsehoods, and other material which, while it may concern honest-to-goodness people, places and things, may also be entirely untrue in other areas. And yes, this includes quotes from students, staff and faculty, past and present.

The real deal, THE REAL DEAL, or even, the real deal.


There is an overwhelming amount of satire and/or lies in this issue. We apologize. This is what people give us ninth week.