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About Blueprint Magazine
Blueprint is Laurier’s official arts, culture and political commentary publication. Editorially-independent and entirely student-run, Blueprint aims to be a forum for community engagement, discourse, and creativity.
Content is based around each issue’s theme, and can take the form of art, photography, poetry, prose, or criticism. Submissions are accepted on a freelance basis.
Blueprint is published four times a year.
The History of Blueprint
The first issue of Bluprint (as it was then called) is published February. The following September, the magazine is published bimonthly.
The magazine loses its full-colour status and changes its name to Blueprint. The magazine becomes a much more political medium, delving into the world of public affairs and diplomacy much more often than before.
Blueprint adapts the slogan “students constructing culture”, a motto it drops in 2008.
Blueprint regains full-colour status and chooses to print quarterly issues.