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Spectrum Publishes Spring 2021 Issue

a painting of a woman wearing leggings and a crop top lounging on a blue couch, looking off into the distance. she is surrounded by an acoustic guitar, a painting of a bowl of oranges, a blanket, and a peace lily plant.

Spectrum, Northeastern’s literary arts magazine, is proud to announce the publication of its Spring 2021 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. Visit Spectrum‘s website to view the issue in full, or visit their office in Curry 234 to pick up a free hard copy in the first or second week of May.

Featured image: adapted from Quarantine by Kristine Aleksandrovica & Tamara Nikotina

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