The Slant is the humor and satire magazine of Vanderbilt University. Founded in 2000, it is a member of Vanderbilt Student Communications. Originally published only online, The Slant publishes a new print edition biweekly during the school year. The magazine distributes approximately 60,000 total copies on campus throughout the year.
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... On March 11, 2003, The Slant ran a complete mock-up of The Vanderbilt Hustler entitled The Vanderbilt Huslter, with the headline "GEE DEAD," referring to then-Va ... about the prank, the ensuing controversy led to the removal of The Slant's editor-in-chief from his post for inappropriately expropriating the Hustler's news racks in ... In the spring of 2006, The Slant created a fake poster for Rites of Spring, Vanderbilt's annual outdoor music festival ...
Famous quotes containing the word slant:
“The dead fed you
Amid the slant stones of graveyards.
Pale ghosts who planted you
Came in the night-time
And let their thin hair blow through your clustered stems.”
—Amy Lowell (18741925)