Illinois Wesleyan University (Bloomington, IL) -- Literary Society
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
"Many delightful bits of writing, contributed by members of the Freshman class, stimulated in their readers a desire for a collection of these promising gems, that they might as a group be studied and enjoyed. "Green Inklings" has been a result of the combined efforts of the Freshman class.
"The main criterion for the selection of articles and poems has been 'a personal and sensitive recording of emotion, observation, reflection, thought, or confrontation." (Dedication, v.1). The Iris was founded on November 4, 1971, to commemorate the 200th birthday anniversary of James Montgomery (1771-1854), the British journalist and poet who edited "The Sheffield Irish" for 31 years, and to perpetuate the memory of his humanitarian principles.
"We, the Freshman, class of 1942, are proud to announce the publication of "Rhapsodies in Green", successor to the "Green Inklings," a similar magazine which was issued in 1936, 1937, and 1938 at Illinois Wesleyan." (Preface)
"The Whisper and the Roar is the result of a project for Women's Studies 101. It is our hope that this small publication brings new light to women's issues and helpful factual information to all readers." (Spring 2005)
Unicorns is a literary magazine. "Unicorns is produced by the Illinois Wesleyan Culture Committee, part of Illinois Wesleyan's Cultural and Educational Life Commission of Illinois Wesleyan's Student Senate." (Credits, 1982 edition)