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Klipsun Magazine

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Klipsun Magazine, 1997, Volume 28, Issue 01 - December, Jill Carnell Dec 1997

Klipsun Magazine, 1997, Volume 28, Issue 01 - December, Jill Carnell

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A college campus is supposed to he a place that fosters diversi­ty open-mindedness, exchange of ideas and, above all, freedom of expression. Congratulations to all of you who may have been offended by the material in the September issue of Klipsun but chose to ignore your own bias and open your mind to new ideas.

Chris Cooper's art is graphic, even gross. We know that. There have been suggestions that we chose to run the images simply because we had them and wanted to increase our readership through cheap shock value. Some people have questioned the appropriateness of ...


Klipsun Magazine, 1997, September, Justin Coyne Sep 1997

Klipsun Magazine, 1997, September, Justin Coyne

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Klipsun Magazine, 1997, Volume 27, Issue 05 - June, Justin Coyne Jun 1997

Klipsun Magazine, 1997, Volume 27, Issue 05 - June, Justin Coyne

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Stuck in the Middle: The customer is always righteous. Danny Heistand explains why the counter is nothing to hide behind.

Going Overboard: Think cruise ships are all shuffle-board and Kathy Lee? Sarah Decker finds all the trouble Gopher and Isaac would never tell you about.

Game Over: Long before super-processer 64-bit realer-than-real brainwashing video games there was Atari. Jamie Lawson traces the sad decline of the mother-in -law of all electronic entertainment.

Grim Repo: It's only a missed payment or two, and besides, it's not as important as rent or tuition, right? Erica Christensen has no excuse when ...


Klipsun Magazine, 1997, Volume 27, Issue 04 - April, Wendy Gross Apr 1997

Klipsun Magazine, 1997, Volume 27, Issue 04 - April, Wendy Gross

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Hello again, it s your good friends at Klipsun. We've whipped up another tasty potluck of stories for you. Hope you're hungry.

You will be appalled and engaged by the cover piece on Gary Goldfogel, Whatcom County's medical examiner. Yes, folks, he dissects dead bod­ies to find out how they got that way It, sounds gross, but what's so fascinating about Goldfogel is he doesn't shut down emotionally when he’s at work. It’s his desire to provide answers for grieving families that keeps him focused.

We’ve got stories on Russians, soap ...


Klipsun Magazine, 1997, Volume 27, Issue 03 - March, Wendy Gross Mar 1997

Klipsun Magazine, 1997, Volume 27, Issue 03 - March, Wendy Gross

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At long last! The March issue you’ve all been waiting for. (You’d better have been waiting. Don’t make us come over there.)

This time,we tried to go easy on you. No stories about illegal narcotics, no stories about god or AIDS or the JWE. (Okay, we did let a grisly story about railroad crossing deaths slip through the cracks.)

Our cover story is a big, happy profile of a local ’zine publisher. You may be wondering why you never see this man's face in our pages. “Karlos the Jackal”, as our colorful source prefers to ...


Klipsun Magazine, 1997, Volume 27, Issue 02 - January, Collin Coyne Jan 1997

Klipsun Magazine, 1997, Volume 27, Issue 02 - January, Collin Coyne

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The golden Buddha on the cover of your copy of Klipsun does not necessarily appear courtesy of divine intervention.

If God appeared in the Klipsun office while we were trying to select stories for an issue, we'd probably tell him (or her) to leave the box of pizza and keep the change. Fortunately we have some people on staff who are more conscientious about the concept.

Leaders of various religions shared their views on the Divinity with Martina and Quincy, authors of our story about god. The descriptions these people gave were similar in a few ways, but more ...