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02 November 2008 @ 07:53 am
Please plan to have your pre-sale money turned in before Thanksgiving break.

After Spirit Week, we will begin a heavy-duty advertising campaign for the Scrivener--submissions-wise. We need to decorate the E, F, and A wing halls, and give a flyer to Anne Tran. We also need to spread submissions by word of mouth--talk to your writer-artist friends, and get them to spread the word as well! This is ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY. We also need to start putting announcements in the daily bulletins.

November is our first movie month. What are we watching? (We have to start the week of November 10-14, because the week before is Spirit Week, and the week after has random minimum days.)

I think we should post up the posters Monday, and then again on Wednesday (if they're torn down) [Tuesday is a day off], and watch on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
15 October 2008 @ 05:32 pm
Alright, so we've had our first meeting on October 13th. Thank you for all those who attended; for those who have missed the meeting, here is a recap.

Topic of discussion: Club activities for the year
-Literary Magazine.
          Anyone interested in helping out with pre-sales, pick up a booklet, and start selling subscriptions.
          $5 now. Prices go up to $8 after publication!
-Character birthdays
          'Cuz we're just that cool. We celebrate birthdays of our favorite characters. :D
          Plays, movies, etc. Great chance to analyze characters be acting them out!
-DS/ videogaming
          Video games are cool.
-Movie making
          With a camcorder, we can make our own movies! (and post them on YouTube)
-Movies & TV Shows
           Thanks to our club advisor, Mr. Briano, we can watch movies during lunch, on a big screen!

Types of movies we watch:
-obscure/relatively unknown
-*not seen before (no point in watching something we've all seen a hundred times already.)
-analytical discussions after viewing.

Our Current Viewing List:
-Red Dwarf
-The prestige
-Monty Python
-House MD
-TKKT (optional, as a re-view)

Ratings- due to the R-rated nature of some of these films, we may have to pass out permission slips, in case the school board, teachers, and Ms Paris get all on our case.

We are looking forward to an exciting year this year! Be sure to come to our next meeting!

(yes, I know the meeting was two days ago. I'm a lazy punk. -_-```)

13 August 2008 @ 02:08 pm
Official online supplement to the WHS Media Analysis Republic. More info to be posted ASAP!