Student Poems, Stories, Art and Photography Highlighted in 2018 Prelude Literary Magazine
Poems, stories, art and photography from Medaille students is highlighted in the 2018 issue of Prelude, the College's literary magazine comprised entirely of student work. Medaille’s Kyle Shrader, a clinical assistant professor in the College’s Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, served as executive editor and faculty club advisor. Students involved in the creation of Prelude included editors Rodshaleek Pino (club president), Sarah Carpenter (club vice president), Arria Copeland (club treasurer), Brandie Jakubik, Morgan Walsh, Amber Gray, Rodney Rodriguez, and Adam Kroll. For a full list of contributors, see Medaille’s Merit Page.
Check out photos from the Prelude publication party held on May 3 on Flickr.
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