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Et Cetera Endnotes

Jonathan Reimer, Et Cetera Editor 2010/2011

As with all community endeavors, the success of Et Cetera this year may be entirely attributed to those individuals that gave of their time, energy and heart to supporting this conversation. Thay are (in no particular order) Lydia Crutwell, Travis Black, John Gardner, Dan Porter, Hannah Coyne, Sarah Clarke, Steve Shaw, Bethany Sollereder and Graeme Bennett (just to name a few co-conspirators). Among these, a special thank you is most certainly owed to Hannah Dutko for all her fantastic work as this year’s assistant editor. Her tireless efforts on the greensheet, vigilant copyediting and wonderful writing have signifincantly enriched our paper. Also, to my wife Thea, thank you for transcribing, reading, listening, editing, and commenting. You have been a source of both encouragment and inspiration.

To all those who gave of their time to contribute articles, interviews, comics, poems, reviews, etc. I am extremely grateful. I have been consistently humbled by the depth of thought and character present among our community here at Regent. For the task of listening to - and from time to time encouraging - the conversations echoing out of classrooms and spilling over half- drunk lattes in the Atrium, I have felt truly blessed. Editing Et Cetera this year has been a joy and I look forward to watching it unfold in the years to come. Here’s to the journey!

Jonathan Reimer, Et Cetera Editor 2010/2011

As with all community endeavors, the success of Et Cetera this year may be entirely attributed to those individuals that gave of their time, energy and heart to supporting this conversation. Thay are (in no particular order) Lydia Crutwell, Travis Black, John Gardner, Dan Porter, Hannah Coyne, Sarah Clarke, Steve Shaw, Bethany Sollereder and Graeme Bennett (just to name a few co-conspirators). Among these, a special thank you is most certainly owed to Hannah Dutko for all her fantastic work as this year’s assistant editor. Her tireless efforts on the greensheet, vigilant copyediting and wonderful writing have signifincantly enriched our paper. Also, to my wife Thea, thank you for transcribing, reading, listening, editing, and commenting. You have been a source of both encouragment and inspiration.

To all those who gave of their time to contribute articles, interviews, comics, poems, reviews, etc. I am extremely grateful. I have been consistently humbled by the depth of thought and character present among our community here at Regent. For the task of listening to – and from time to time encouraging – the conversations echoing out of classrooms and spilling over half- drunk lattes in the Atrium, I have felt truly blessed. Editing Et Cetera this year has been a joy and I look forward to watching it unfold in the years to come. Here’s to the journey!