For David Fisher, ROTC is more than a means to an end. "Once I started doing it, I enjoyed it," he says. "It's the lifestyle I want to live."
The talented crop of students that ran the magazine year after year were serious about creating a funny magazine, and serious about gaining the professional experience that would help them move on with their lives.
In our era of desktop computing, it's hard to remember the days when we first got into our high-tech way of doing things.