Folio is the student journal of Salt Lake Community College. With its new Media Center which will be officially celebrated on Nov 7 with representative President’s Art Show gathering best of all Utah artists, SLCC has become top world college for New Media assoc. degree and student achievements. Many universities and colleges which offer bachelor and master degrees, and even PhD in New media, would be jealous seeing the SLCC facilities today.
Folio has a printed version and website for literature, art and multimedia. Folio website may become most popular for employees in searching for gifted artists because of the excellent education which include disciplined culture creators. Some prosperous Utah artists graduated from SLCC having own studios as well.
Accepted or not, the submission for Folio is a moment of any author to make a review of his own achievement during the semester.
Deadline for the next printed issue is today, October 25. Don’t miss to submit for Folio at www.folioslcc.org today or to schedule time for the next issue.
As a former teacher at SLCC, my best memory is a publication of essay in Folio several years ago of a student who attended my lecture on Neanderthals (Roylands, 2004).
Now, as a student, the excitement for writing for Folio can be compared with excitement for writing for handbooks and encyclopedia. Writing to submit for Folio means investing in your best future ever.
Reynolds, K. (2004). The Controversy of Neandertal Man. Folio, A literary Magazine, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 81-85.