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ANGLES, The Review Publish New Issues

May 1, 2022

Two student-led publications showcasing scholarly and creative works of Fisher students are now available online.

Visual art depicting a chess game taking place above an iceberg, created by nursing student Blessed Kusi.

Issue 10 of ANGLES, St. John Fisher College’s literary magazine, includes works of fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry by college-aged artists from all over the United States. Work was selected by English majors Theresa Van Wormer and Zac Akin, who served as the editorial managing team for the publication, under the guidance of advisor Stephen J. West.

The latest issue of The Review: A Journal of Undergraduate Student Research was also published this week. Volume 23 was produced under Editors-in-Chief Emma Bartholomay and Emma Riesel. The editorial board included Taylor Calisto, Alexis Ceiri, Alyssa Falbo, Zoe Haines, Gracie Jacob, Ashley Lippa, Francesca Schmitt, and Maria Wild.

“Soliciting the most competitive submissions, enlisting the help of faculty and other student reviewers, reviewing and assessing papers, editing the final selections, and formatting the final proofs required a serious commitment to the project, and the whole team remained attentive to producing a quality publication,” said Fionnuala Regan who serves as the faculty advisor for the journal.

Ian Klenk, Christian J. Leonardo, Marcus Lindenburg, Laura Hoya Noel, Isabella E. Pandolfo, Natalie Petruzelli, Joseph Ruggiero, and Molly L. Taylor had papers accepted into the publication.

(Visual art shown above created by nursing student Blessed Kusi.)