HELICON: Winter 2014 Corrections
March 10, 2014 marks the first day of Helicon distribution for our Winter 2014 Issue. The magazine is gorgeous thanks to the efforts of the Helicon staff and all who contributed to the issue or submitted work.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the time we had to design our last issue had been cut dramatically. Though we stayed up late trying to check and double check for mistakes, a few errors slipped past us.
Nicole Zhu- Her fantastic piece, The Family Reunion, was easily one of the highest praised works by many on our staff. Though it is featured in full on our website, the length was too long to publish fully in print. We forgot to add a note stating its continuation online and apologize that there is no suggestion that the piece is incomplete in the magazine.
Paige Park- A misprint resulted in one of our wonderful staff members printed with the name “Paige Prk” rather than “Paige Park”
The Office of Residential Academic Initiatives- Having been uninformed of a change in structure within the offices supporting us, we were unaware that “the Office of Residential Colleges” is now “The Office of Residential Academic Initiatives.” We would like to thank you all for the incredible support you offer to our magazine. Thank you to Brad Zakarin, Nancy Anderson, Mary Dworak and all else who have helped with the issue.
Elzbieta Foeller-Pituch- Our fantastic Faculty Adviser should also be recognized as the Chapin RC Faculty Fellow and Assistant Director to the Nicholas D. Chabraja Center for Historical Studies (CCHS).
Susan Lee- As the Master of Chapin, Susan Lee has helped continue the strong link between Helicon and Chapin. Having started within the Residential College, Helicon will always be tied to the building and its residents. We honor this relationship with meetings, open mics and other small workshops in Chapin.