Archive for the ‘Spring ’08’ Category

If you were involved in Deconstruction this year and want to be famous (i.e. on the back cover of the magazine in living color), meet up tomorrow (Sunday) at 4:30 p.m. in Trabant at kiosk A (closest to the Delaware Ave. entrance) wearing a white shirt and blue jeans. From there, we’ll be taking photographs of the crew all across campus for an hour or two. I won’t spill too many of the beans, but we have a fantastic idea for the front and back covers that involves someone in a sheep costume.

Also, if you’re interested in helping out with layout, we’ll be meeting at the Student Media Center in the basement of the library at 3:30 p.m. beginning on Monday and continuing for the rest of the week, or until everything is laid out. Don’t worry if you haven’t done it before; we can help you learn.

I hope everyone’s having a great weekend and we’ll see you tomorrow!


Read Full Post »

If you haven’t submitted your first drafts to us at derridevil@gmail.com, please do so immediately. We’ll be holding our weekly meeting this Wednesday at 6:30 in the Scounge at Perkins Student Center on Academy St.

Read Full Post »

Spring semester is knocking at our wintry doors, and what better way to kick its ass than with a new issue of Deconstruction? The early February issue is at the printers right now, and I must say I think it’s smart, witty, and just an all around good read. Here are some updates as to what to expect in these next few weeks.

We plan to reserve the Trabant Kiosk for Wednesday Feb. 13th and Wed. Feb. 20th between 11am and 3pm. If you’re free to man the kiosk sometime on either day, shoot us an email and let us know.

Our first meeting will be held Wednesday Feb. 13th at 6:30pm in the Scrounge at Perkins Student Center off Academy Street. We’ll be brainstorming for the next issue and passing out copies of the new issue. Feel free to bring any friends who are interested in helping out or getting published. If you can’t make it, but want to write for the magazine, let us know.

For the new issue, we’ve added some new features, including advertisements and space for local artists and photographers to display their work. If you’re interested in either, or know anyone who is, feel free to contact us.

Read Full Post »