Student Publications

Stevenson University Forensics Journal is an annual publication showcasing the work of current and former students as well as faculty. The Journal serves the dual purpose of presenting recent scholarship and research conducted by current students, graduates, and faculty in the programs while giving students experience in professional writing and peer-reviewed scholarship. Further, it allows students to use their education and professional experiences to expand their respective disciplines.

The Villager, the student newspaper, is issued bi-weekly during the school year. Its staff consists of journalism students and other contributors from the university community. Its purpose is to report University news, to represent as many diverse views as possible, and, generally, to act as a channel of information. The Villager provides a laboratory environment in which those interested in journalism can gain skills in writing, editing, design, and layout. The Villager is also published online at The Villager Online.

Spectrum, an annual literary and fine arts magazine, includes poems, short stories, essays, black and white photography, and artwork submitted by students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Submissions are selected anonymously and edited by student Spectrum staff. A one-credit general education option is available for people interested in editing and working on the Spectrum staff.

ProseWorks is an online journal, featuring work in prose, with a special interest in the artful, the provocative, and the inspiring. ProseWorks embraces the realm of creative nonfiction including memoir, biography, nature and science writing, travel writing, and the many hybrid forms of literary nonfiction thriving in contemporary literature.


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