Impetus

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Impetus

What is Impetus?

The Luther College webzine encourages submissions of scholarly and creative work from all registered Luther College at the University of Regina students and any students who have taken a Luther class and are submitting work from that class, as well as Luther faculty, staff, and alumni. Impetus is published twice during the academic year, in the fall and in the winter:

  • To allow Luther College faculty, staff and students to share their work and ideas with a broader audience. Creative and visual submissions are welcome (including photo essays, poems, etc).
  • To allow Luther College to “showcase” its talent and people.
  • To help the College define, reach, and foster discourse with its constituency.

Submissions must be of a high quality, and they must be accessible to a general audience. Pieces will be reviewed by an editorial board, which reserves the right to require revisions before sending material forward for publication.