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Social Media FTW!

Department — KVH @ 12:10 pm, Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

In an attempt to reach you more easily, we are streamlining a few things on our digital end.

Firstly, we are updating our mailing lists to a new system, new servers, and our emails can now be directed to specific groups of you (i.e. Sophomores have no need to hear about Senior Studio clean-out…)

If you’re not on our mailing list at all yet (shame on you), please sign up with the form on the bottom of the right-hand column on this page, or click here. Please tell us what year you graduate, whether you’re a major or concentrator, and any other pertinent details we’re looking for. You’ll receive a double opt-in email to confirm your subscription.

If you’re already in our system CLICK HERE TO UPDATE YOUR INFORMATION. If you’re new to the email-list, then it’s a simple sign-up. If you are already in the system, you’ll be prompted to UPDATE your information. This is also how you’ll want to unsubscribe if you no longer need to hear from us. (Both of these involve email confirmations, so check your spam filter if you don’t see the emails.)

AND! GREAT NEWS! The first FIVE (5) people to update or add their information in our system will receive FREE PAPER (genuinely nice stuff too!). So go! Do that now!

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Secondly, we’re happy to say we’re now on Twitter as @MICAprintmaking. This is an experiment in short-order news notifications. If you’re on twitter, please follow us there to get updates. If you’re not on twitter, you can see our twitter-stream ticker on the right-hand side of this page. We’ll be using this for quick news and last-minute reminders, stuff that may not warrant a full email, but that we still want to tell you.

That’s all – thanks for your cooperation!
We’ll see you on the internet.



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