• A student is handing out flyers to passerby, saying, "Hi! Vote for me!" He is surrounded by large posters that read, "VOTE FOR ME!". A few dollar bills poke out of the flyer he's holding out to a passing student.

    February 24, 2010 (published) / July 7, 2012 (posted here)

    This one got me in trouble with my editor, but I convinced him to publish it nonetheless. (If you're not sure why, look closely at the brochure.)

    I'm not suggesting candidates for Fisher's student government actually paid off voters; rather, it's a combo-satire of the overimportance placed on student government and on the corruption present at higher levels (i.e., state and federal gov., and/or the school's administration).

    This work originally appeared in the Cardinal Courier, the award-winning student-run newspaper at St. John Fisher College, between 2007 and 2011.