Jess Truby- May 3

New Growth Arts Review celebrated its spring launch with a party Tuesday.

After a semester of collecting different media from artists in the IUP community, the staff of the New Growth Arts Review – IUP’s literary magazine – celebrated its spring 2019 launch with a party Tuesday.

Editor-in-chief Madeline Rogers (senior, journalism and public relations) greeted her staff, contributors and supporters in the Hadley Union Building (HUB) Susquehanna Room.

“Thank you all for submitting,” Rogers said. “I think I can speak for anyone that looks at this magazine that we’re blown away by your talent.”

Rogers joined the staff last year and stepped up to lead when the opportunity presented itself.  

With sections for prose and poetry and art and photography, the magazine showcases works from students of all majors and backgrounds. It includes a short biography of each contributor in the back.

Students can submit works throughout the semester, and the editors respond with any suggestions. The works then get laid out on the pages, looked over multiple times and sent to print.

The New Growth Arts Review puts out one magazine each semester. Magazines can be picked up in the English department and the art department.

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