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Latest Issue of EAPSU Online Live

July 25, 2016 9:50 AM | Patrick Walters (Administrator)

We're pleased to announce that, after a bit of delay, the latest issue of our journal is live on the website. This issue, the 2015 issue, will be the last published under the name EAPSU Online, since the journal will be renamed Impost as Brent House takes over the editorial reins for the 2016 edition. 

You will now find the latest edition under the "Our Journal" section of the website. Many thanks to interim editor Carl Seiple and all those who helped put out the issue. Happy reading. 

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