The Eye gets meta
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Every Thursday, Spectator puts out a magazine called The Eye, an arts and culture publication that likes to dabble in politics, religion, and the philosophical implications of Nicki Minaj. The staff of the Eye is devoted to putting out content every week, in print and on our blog, that keeps you at one with the zeitgeist and one step ahead of your noise-pop-loving friends down at NYU. Some of our favorite stories last year covered pop-up restaurants, Girls, and gay hip-hop. Ultimately, The Eye’s about what’s important to us right now—whatever that may be. Each week we publish a lengthy lead story, several long-form features, an interview, and a personal essay or work of fiction. In addition, we write several bite-sized reflections on campus life and pop culture punningly called Eyesites and 20/20.
In case you missed our page in the Spec’s orientation issue last week, here are a few things to make the first week of classes a little better—reflections on some summer comedy trends and a template for chatting up your main NSOP squeeze.
Look out for our first issue on Sept. 13! If you’re a writer, photographer, illustrator, or web designer and you want to get involved email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t forget to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.