So You’ve Got Your Magazine: What Next?

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Courtesy of Jillian Neuner '19

Courtesy of Jillian Neuner '19

Courtesy of Jillian Neuner '19

Elle Raine Lavin ‘18, Opinion Section Editor

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After a year of hard work from your Sunset staff, the 2018 edition of Sunset Magazine is finally here! Here are 4 ways you could make the best use of your magazine once you’ve got your hands on it:

1. Make a Collage

This edition of Sunset Magazine, titled Epoch, contains some of the most visually captive artworks and universally touching written pieces; centered around the idea of growing up and moving onto new chapters of one’s life, Epoch provides great material to cut up and paste in your journal or pin on your walls!

2. Gift It To Your Non-Marymount Friends & Family

If you really love the magazine, help the staff gain more exposure by grabbing a couple extra copies & sharing the magazine with people outside of Marymount!

3. If You Don’t Like It, Gift It To Your Enemies!

If you do decide that magazines aren’t your cup of tea, give it to your enemies if you get them for secret Santa or are invited to their birthday party and are expected to bring a gift! They would look rude to refuse any gift & would have no purpose or use for it.

4. Read & Treasure It

When you find yourself in an angsty mood, really take the time to look through every piece in this magazine; each page was carefully cultivated and edited and designed by your peers to create a transforming experience for all who read it. Whether you read it throughout the course of a month or all in one sitting, if you let the magazine do its job, you may learn something about yourself. And if nothing else, you support your peers! You never know, this magazine may be the start of your literary magazine collection.

There are many other ways one can use their magazine besides by reading it, such as using the paper to wrap gifts and make coasters or origami figures! However, as versatile as the magazine is, there is the wasteful way to use your magazine:

Don’t Leave It All Over The School

Your peers worked very hard on this magazine! When you are done using it, recycle, upcycle, or gift it, but try not to leave it lying around on the floors of our school, treating it (and consequently your peers who worked hard on the magazine) like trash.

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One Response to “So You’ve Got Your Magazine: What Next?”

  1. Amie Kosberg on May 22nd, 2018 12:26 pm

    I would like a copy please!!!!!

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