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Cipher [2013-2014 Vol. 17 no.3 November]

Abstract

The Cipher is a nonfiction magazine that emphasizes journalistic writing and endeavors to engage the reader in meaningful discourse. The magazine comes out of Colorado College, but does not cover Colorado College exclusively. It investigates matters affecting the college, Colorado Springs, this nation and the world, and strives to be a venue for creative, critical perspectives.

Note

Publication began December 12, 1997. Print issues are available at Tutt Library in Periodicals and in Special Collections. Subtitle varies by issue.

Contents include: The public sphere: living in the post-bush era / Kate Dunn -- Gender-based violence in India: what is missing in the mainstream dialogue / Krithika Vachali and Jenny Wool -- Anonymous racism: how CC confessions reveals white privilege / Gianina Horton -- Corporeal canvas: bodybuilding as an artform / Frankie Jeney --Queerness abroad: CC's international LGBTQ+ community / Cameron Johnson -- Consuming heroes: the problematic construction of American masculinity / Sarah Ross -- Sex tourism in Southeast Asia: razor blades, ping pong balls and a live turtle / Addis Goldman -- "You all deserve Hell!": someone has threatened your beliefs-now what? / Eliza Carter -- You gained 10 pounds: an experiment in radical honesty / Anonymous -- Prison or peace: the line between isolation and solitude / Erica Plumlee -- (Block) breaking the bank: CC adventure culture and socioeconomic disparity / Max Hittesdorf -- Putin got punk'd: the evolution of Pussy Riot / Tram Ha.

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Copyright
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Publisher
Cutler Publications
PID
coccc:9645
Digital Origin
born digital
Extent
51 pages : illustrations (some color)