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Spectrum Publishes Online Summer 2020 Issue

Chiron by Marie Senescall (painting)

Spectrum, Northeastern’s literary arts magazine, is proud to announce the publication of its first completely online Summer 2020 issue. This latest issue continues Spectrum‘s legacy of featuring exceptional poetry, prose, photography, and artwork created by students, staff, and alumni across the university. While not limited to the English Department community, we are thrilled to see that 3 out of 4 of the current e-board members are either combined majors or minors in the department.

The Spectrum team is also excited to rollout their new website, containing information about the club, general meetings, and an archive of past publications. All are encouraged to submit pieces for future issues, and to stay updated on Spectrum‘s activities using the sign-up form on their website.

Featured image: Chiron by Marie Senescall, from the Summer 2020 issue

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