Student-run organizations and publications
give you an opportunity to get involved, gain experience, and even publish
some of your work. While you're networking and learning new skills, you'll meet
some interesting people. |
Angle (quarterly literary magazine)
Cardinal Courier (student newspaper)
(Women in Communication International)
The Angle, Fisher's student-run literary journal, is published
quarterly during the school year. All Fisher students are welcome to work
as staff members. The editors encourage students to submit short stories,
dialogues, poetry and art for publication. Submission guidelines:
questions and submissions to the Angle editor, who has a desk in the Writing Center.
- Poems should be limited to one page.
All prose should be double spaced and the pages should be numbered.
You should include a cover letter with your name, address, phone number and the
titles of pieces you have submitted.
- Your pieces
should not include your name on any of the pages other than the cover letter.
Sponsored by the Student Activities Board and
run by students, the English Club sponsors field trips and the Writers' Forum.
The Writer's Forum is an informal group that meets monthly, usually at a faculty
member's house, to sponsor readings of creative or analytical work. Anyone
can attend; the only requirement is that you bring something of your own, or a
favorite piece written by someone else, to read aloud.
in Communication International (WICI)
too early to start working on your career prospects. If you're interested
in a career as a writer, consider joining WICI, an organization designed to help
female students who want to find out about career opportunities, network, and
discuss common issues. WICI is open to all Fisher students. To find out
more about WICI, contact Dr. Vicker in the Communication/Journalism Department
Fisher's newly redesigned student-run newspaper
is published twice a month during the school year. Students interested in
writing, taking pictures, or designing for the newspaper should e-mail the Courier
Fisher's yearbook takes its name from the signature of our namesake,
St. John Fisher. Entirely student-run and sponsored by SGA, JoRoffs offers opportunities for writers, photographers and designers
to get some hands-on experience while having a great time.