The Looking Glass

The Looking Glass

The Department of Psychology


The Editors

The Looking Glass is published during the first half of each quarter; it is to be issued three times a year (Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters). Ideally, the time will be within the first four weeks of each quarter. Articles, suggestions, contributions, and comments will be appreciated and accepted at any time during the first eight weeks of the previous quarter. Any contribution received after the cut-off date will appear in the next issue. Our next issue will be published sometime between the second and fourth week of the winter quarter. All articles, information, etc. must be submitted to The Looking Glass as previously specified. The above information will be listed in each issue of The Looking Glass.

Articles, contributions, or comments may be submitted to: The Looking Glass in the Psychology office in (KHC3062). The exact address is located on The Looking Glass staff page. Please submit your contributions in the form of a readable hard copy accompanied by a copy of your contribution on a diskette. We can read ASCII text files, DOS text files, WordPerfect 5.1 for DOS, and WINWORD 2.0 through 6.0. I thank you all for your consideration and cooperation.

You may occasionally find "typos" in The Looking Glass. I must tell you, there is a reason for this: Believe it or not, there are those whose quality of life is directly proportional to the quantity of errors and omissions they find in their environment. We here at The Looking Glass aspire to satisfy our readers at the highest level obtainable.


"Reality is for those who walk with their feet planted firmly on the ground,
but those who walk with their feet on the ground and their head in
the clouds are more likely to stumble upon a vision."

~ Christopher Carson


If you are obsessive-compulsive,
please press 1 repeatedly.
If you are co-dependent,
please ask someone to press 2.
If you are paranoid-delusional,
we know who you are and what you want.
Simply stay on the line so we can trace the call.
If you are schizophrenic,
listen carefully and the little voice
will tell you which number to press.
If you are manic-depressive,
it doesn't matter which number you press.
No one will answer anyway.
If you are an adolescent with defiant disorder,
press any or all of the buttons
in any order you think we won't like.

~ Uh, Duh

"Men occasionally stumble over the truth,
but most of them pick themselves up and
hurry off as if nothing had happened."

~ Winston Churchill

"All I want to understand is God's mind,
the rest are merely details."

~ Albert Einstein

"The greatest mistake a man can make
is to be afraid of making one."

~ Elbert Hubbard

"If you think education is expense,
try ignorance."

~ Derek Bok

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