In this issue, you will be reading about an interview with Dr. Dennis in regards to the recent hate crime on campus. You will also get a chance to read the inside scoop on McK Radio’s B-Dub and Laurie Lou and their show, “Back to the 80s.” Find out more on National Diabetes Month, and read a film review on Annabelle. There is a variety of creativity in this issue including two poems and a comic. The next deadline is this Monday, Nov. 21, and the articles submitted by that deadline will be printed in the paper edition. (Because we want the bulk of the printed edition to have as many articles as possible, we decided to publish this issue online with fewer articles and then publish the rest of our submissions in the printed edition which will be distributed on Dec. 2, 2014). So please, send your submissions to email@example.com as soon as possible to make the deadline.
We are in need of new staff members for the Review. Two of us will be leaving and will not be able to work for the Review. That being said, there are two spots open for the spring semester. In order to apply for this paid position, you must have been involved with the Review for at least one semester. Look for an email from Gabriel Shapiro (firstname.lastname@example.org) regarding further information.
Remember, you do not have to be an English major or a journalism minor in order to write for the “Review.”