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Klipsun, Winter 2015 - Crave

Volume and Number

Vol. 45, Issue 4



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Publication Date

Winter 2015


Western Washington University

Editor in Chief

Linder Jimenez, Carina

Photography Editor

Abell, Evan


Connell, Joan


Western Washington University


One of my favorite novelists, James Joyce, once wrote, “I am tomorrow, or some future day, what I establish today. I am today what I established yesterday or some previous day.” These two sentences speak to the ongoing reality that is a person’s life.

Everyday people are looking forward toward a change or looking back at what they once needed. We live in a world that is perpetually unsatisfied but also entrenched with hope. To reach a world people want to live in they may choose to stand silently in a demonstration, or rush head first and fists crashing into a protest. Another person may simply be gripping onto each day as they let go of an addiction or escape a social status.

We here at Klipsun have also been feeling the pull toward something new. Currently, Klipsun is a bi-quarterly publication. We have decided to change to a quarterly publication. Why? Just like any person wants to reach their highest potential, we too wanted Klipsun to push itself to reach its highest journalistic ability. We craved a larger quarterly publication with more in-depth content for readers to sink into. We wanted an active online presence that included releasing articles that weren’t going to be in the printed publication. We’re going to provide more for our readers not only in quantity but quality.

The previous publication, Perspective, was one of our first moves toward an online-first publication. Before distributing the print publication, we released all the articles online. With Crave you will also begin to notice us release articles and multimedia pieces that aren’t related to the publication theme.

These are some of the steps we have begun taking toward keeping our readers engaged throughout the year. More changes will continue to occur and we hope you stay involved as Klipsun expands.

Associate Editors, Production Assistants, and Writers

Managing Editor: Sigourney Gundy; Copy Editor: Emily Frasier; Lead Story Editor: Leesy Latronica; Story Editors: Brian Adolfo Traverso, Jenny Hubbard; Media Editor: Emily Willeman; Multimedia Editor: Christopher Utterback; Web Designer: Josiah Ubben; Lead Designer: David Young Shin; Designers: Rachel Simons, Hannah Johnson; Photographers: Rachel Brown, Jake Parrish, Annmarie Kent; Writers: Tara Almassi, Marlena Av, Miles Barnes, Daniella Beccaria, Tommy Calderon, Drew Castellaw, Katelyn Doggett, Stefanie Donahue, Becca Freimuth, Beatrice Harper, Brianne Heid, Alexandra Holzman, Sayaka Iida, Lily Jaquith, Brooklynn Johnson, Ben Knibbe, Danielle Oyama, Chanel Retasket, Sam Sunderland, Teena Thach, Alexandra Withrow


Independent Student Publication at Western Washington University

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Resources made available by the Special Collections, Heritage Resources, Western Libraries, Western Washington University, and www.klipsunmagazine.com/.

Subject-Topical (LCSH)

College students’ writings, American--Washington (State)--Bellingham--Periodicals; Universities and colleges--Washington (State)--Bellingham--Periodicals

Subject-Names (LCNAF)

Western Washington University--Students--Periodicals; Western Washington University

Geographic Coverage

Bellingham (Wash.)


Bellingham, WA


Student life, Klipsun Magazine, Western Washington State College


Higher Education | Journalism Studies


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Klipsun Magazine, 2015, Volume 45, Issue 04 - Winter


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