Email teaser from 1994

The email below is from 1994, and is regarding the UCF InPrint newspaper, a publication I co-founded to cover topics of interest to the University of Central Florida community.

In addition to 9,000 “dead tree” copies of the newspaper, we provided a WWW version of parts of the paper, as well as highlights in an email teaser. I’m still proud of our decision to steadfastly create online editions of our publication, despite the extra work and low readership each week.

Date: Tue, 1 Nov 1994 10:25:21 -0500
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Subject: UCF InPrint highlights for Nov. 1
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Another great issue of UCF InPrint!  Here are the highlights.
Pick up a copy around campus, or read the online version at
-=-=- NEWS -=-=-
*  Patton brings "town meeting" idea to university campus
* College Democrats motivate young voters
* Hitt dedicates new apartments
* UCF reports over $32 million in research contracts, grants
* Headlines from around the world
* UCF activities calendar
-=-=- OPINIONS -=-=-
*  Meetings with students leaders and the start of the referendum
* Differences aren't necessarily better or worse: they're
* Advanced Driver Improvement: Driving school, group therapy
* There's no place to rock in Borelando
* Let's have local bands on the Green
*  Olympia Dukakis:  On Acting and Activism
* You Know You Like to Watch (90210 and Melrose recap)
* Bill's Computer Corner (Macs and the Internet)
* Time to Go Eat... with Darius (Dorm Room Gourmet)
* On the Campaign Trail
-=-=- SPORTS -=-=-
*  UCF douse Flames 49-24
* View from the Box
* UCF ladies soccer loses 2-0 to #4 Duke
* The Giants win the World Series
* UCF's Rugby team "knocked the living shit" out of Miami 39-7
* Flag Football Playoffs Underway
: Just a subtle reminder that UCF InPrint
: is always looking for writers! Even if
: you've never written before, give us a
: call. Call 679-0726 for more info.
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