Celebrating Nyack College’s Student Journal: The Fine Print

On Monday, April 6th, a select group of students and faculty gathered in Shuman’s Presidents Hall for The Fine Print Gala.

The Fine Print is a journal that Nyack College publishes every year, featuring the short stories, poetry, and photography of faculty and students of all three Nyack College campuses. Invited by a friend who was featured in The Fine Print, I was able to attend the gala which celebrated the people and the works appearing in the journal. There were snacks provided, and featured art displayed. It was a great experience to share in the joy of my fellow students as they put their own creativity on display.

After a time of mingling, Dr. Gates talked about the history of The Fine Print, and invited student editors up to give awards in each category. Following is a list of the winners:

Cover Art: “The Journey” by Jesse Williams

Poetry:
First Place: “A Besutiful Eulogy” by Casey Reyes
Honorable Mention: “She Wears Prada” by Lillie Black
Honorable Mention: “Regretted Love” by Emily Her

Art and Photography:
First Place: “Barnacle Bill’s Abode” by Emmaline Kempf
Honorable Mention: “Arched Tree” by Jesse Williams
Honorable Mention: “Impressions of 1800′s Immigrant” by Petra Brown
Honorable Mention: “Slipping Away” by Samantha Cialani

Short Story:
First Place: “Quarters” by Stephanie O’Connell
Honorable Mention: “12 Dancing Princesses” by Brittany Wetherill

If you’re interested in being a part of next year’s edition of The Fine Print, start working on your art and literature today!

Following are several photos from the event:
photo 1 (4) photo 2 (5) photo 3 (3) photo 4 (2) photo 5 (2)

If you’re interested in being a part of next year’s addition of The Fine Print, start working on your art and literature today!

Jennifer Cook

About Jennifer Cook

I am a Junior at Nyack College Rockland campus. I love reading, writing, and making music. My major is Business Marketing with a Youth and Family Studies minor. I'm unsure whether I want to pursue a career in non-profit, small business, or Washington D.C., but I know without a doubt that my God will guide me to exactly where He wants me. Connect with Jennifer on Google+
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