The mitZine isn’t in Kansas anymore. That’s right, the Zine is now in technicolour – or should I say, technocolour? Inside this month’s issue you’ll find a special article by FIMS’ own upper-year instructor of the year Selma Purac, the mitZine awards, political cartoons (a Zine first), as well as all the social, political, and entertainment commentary we all know and love the Zine for. This issue is a feast for the eyes and the brain that you don’t want to miss out on. Pick it up this week in the UCC and NCB or read it after the jump. Continue reading
The long-awaited moment is finally here. The February issue of the mitZine is on stands now in the UCC atrium, NCB, and the Mustang Lounge. This month’s issues features USC presidential election coverage as well as commentary on FIMS’ own non-election. We’ve got an interview with FIMS’ own Sandra Smeltzer, an exposé on the controversy surrounding Huron’s new Chair of Islamic Studies, a frank discussion about the politics of representation in “Shit ____ Say” videos and so much more. “But we’re media students,” you say, “isn’t print a little old-school?” Just for you, we’ve put the entire Zine online. Read it after the jump! Continue reading
This time around, we know you’re rushing to finish your final essays and cramming for exams, so we’ve focused this month’s issue of the Zine on something a little more escapist: films. We’re showcasing some of FIMS’ most talented actors, directors, and producers to give you a look in to what it takes to make it in the movies. We’ve also got tons of great articles about the future of FIMS, the Michael Jackson trial, Occupy Wall Street, Ghadafi, and more. You can pick up the mitZine in the UCC and in NCB. Or, thanks to the magic of the internet, you can watch the badass trailer and read it right here after the break: Continue reading
The moment you’ve all been waiting for: the MITZine Frosh Issue is on newsstands today at the University Community Centre and North Campus Building. We’ve got a guest piece by FIMS’s very own Tim Blackmore, your hypothetical MIT frosh kit, a very MIT look at the summer’s biggest events and more. Now get out there and get your Zine fix.
UPDATE: Read the Frosh issue online after the jump: