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.
Breanna Kettles, Editor-in-Chief
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 choses to print quarterly issues.