This Tournament is a Crime
|(This) Tournament is a Crime|
|Head editor(s)||Auroni Gupta|
|First mirror||February 25, 2017|
This Tournament is a Crime (or TTIAC) was a Nationals-minus collegiate open tournament produced for spring of 2017. The name was derived from Adolf Loos's work Ornament and Crime, which the set "[kept] with the spirit of, but ultimately [departed] from." It was head-edited by Auroni Gupta, with help from Eddie Kim, Ike Jose, Andrew Wang, and Bruce Lou. It continued some of the distributional changes from Auroni's earlier project George Oppen, such as the unification of concepts from philosophy and social science into "Thought," and introduced the "Legends" subdistribution to replace mythology and more fanciful aspects of the religion distro.