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Cover of the Fall/Winter 2003 SFSU Magazine. Photo of Professor and talk radio show host, Michael Krasny.

 

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SFSU Magazine Survey::

1. What did you think of the cover of the Fall/Winter 2003 issue?

It enticed me to open the magazine
I was indifferent to it
It was unappealing

Care to explain why?

2. Did you learn anything new about SFSU in this issue?

3. Here are the feature stories we ran in the Fall/Winter 2003 issue. What did you think of them?

 
Read Skipped Skimmed
  Any comments?
Reading, Writing and Radio
Forging a Path to Peace
She Has Star Power
The Presidential Treatment
It takes a Villa
The Beats Go On
In the Studio With Larry

4. Below is a list of the primary sections of SFSU Magazine. Which ones did you read in this issue?

 
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The President's Message
   
Chatroom
   
Campus Beat
   
Notes from the Road
   
Final Statements
   

5. Which section of the magazine do you usually turn to first? Why?

6. How would you rate the overall quality of SFSU Magazine?
  Excellent Good Average Poor No opinion
Writing
Photography
General appearance


7. Which of the following statements about SFSU Magazine do you agree with?
It provides useful information.
It usually contains little that is of interest to me.
It elicits pride in SFSU.
It represents a balanced view of what's going on at SFSU.
It is too much a cheerleader for the University.
It is entertaining.


8 . What three topics would you like to see covered in future issues?

 
   


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