St. John's College has just launched our first online store, which is stocked with all the basic items that most of our community would expect to find. But we know that there are special  items that are meaningful to Johnnies from across generations and campuses. Next year, we will launch three new sections of the website: a Heritage Collection, a Novelty Collection, and an Intramural/Athletics Collection. This survey is intended to get our community's ideas for content and will be followed by a ranking survey, in which the full community will get to vote on the ideas that were most mentioned in this survey. Note that any specialty item that we create will cost the college money if it doesn't sell; therefore high-end items like a logo-embossed Johnnie Chair, or especially niche items like a t-shirt with a particular class's inside joke (in Greek no less), may be too risky for us to develop. But before we rule anything out or in, let's see what everyone wants! 

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* 1. What item would you most like to see in a Heritage Collection, which should capture beloved images, phrases, products, logos, etc. from the college's past? For example, the monogrammed SJC on an orange hat would make sense here.

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* 2. What item would you most like to see in a Novelty Collection, which should give us freedom to be playful and offer items that capture our community's eccentricities, unique objects, phrases, and traditions? For example, a stuffed axolotl or platypus could be sold in this collection, as could a Relaxolotl or Reality t-shirt.

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* 3. What item would you most like to see in an Intramural / Athletics or Team Collection? For example, Intramural Team T-shirts, Croquet blazers, and Archery shirts could go here. Also, what would you like this collection to be called? 

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* 4. Are we missing any unique collections? If so, what collection are we missing and what one item would you like to see in it?

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* 5. Anything else we should know or consider? 

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