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Critic Website Launched

Critic, the student organ of Otago University, joined the online media community this week with the launch of its website,

The site - which features some of the same content as the free weekly newspaper and some all-new items - was developed by Critical Publications Ltd. and iVision Ltd. staff over June and July.

"We hope to build on the popularity Critic has enjoyed this year to develop an online readership," said Publications Editor Patrick Crewdson.

Content will include feature articles, campus news, opinion polls, columns, reviews, and an extension of the irreverent 40 Ways list, 10 More Ways.

"We have had a lot of enquiries about Critic from other cities and from overseas this year, so we're very pleased to be able to accommodate distance readers," Crewdson said. will be updated weekly for the rest of the academic year.

For further information please contact
Publications Editor Patrick Crewdson
03 4795335
027 2269382

Critic is a product of:

Critical Publications Ltd
PO Box 1436
Upstairs, 640 Cumberland St
ph: (03) 479-5335 or (03) 479-5336
fax: (03) 479-5346

We also produce student diaries, wallplanners, a phone directory and an orientation guide.

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