Student Opportunities & Publications
Each spring, the student staff of The Manuscript publish a literature and art magazine that features the poetry, short fiction, essays, photographs, drawings, and other related artwork of Moravian University students and members of the college community. Students who are interested in working on The Manuscript are urged to join the staff through sign-ups at the Organization Fair held each Fall, or to contact the editors or faculty adviser of the magazine early in the Fall semester. Calls for submissions are usually announced each semester in order to attract a wide variety of literature and art submissions. The editor and staff evaluate and select what will be included in the magazine.
Prof. Liz Gray advises The Manuscript.
The Comenian is established for the purposes of reporting news and other information relevant to the campus, providing a forum for discussion among students as well as faculty, giving students training and experience in the field of journalism, and providing an environment where any student interested in journalism can learn and grow. Our goal is to prepare students for the requirements of journalistic endeavors while cultivating humanism, professionalism, and ethical behavior.
Mark Harris advises The Comenian.
Zinzendorf Literary Society
Zinzendorf Society is a campus organization and literary group open to all English and Writing Arts majors, minors, and literary enthusiasts. The group meets once a month to discuss possible campus events and current interests.
Dr. Theresa Dougal advises the Zinzendorf Literary Society.
Sigma Tau Delta
Sigma Tau Delta is The National English Honor Society. A member of the Association for College Honor Societies, it was founded in 1924 at the Dakota Wesleyan University. The purposes of the Society are (a) to confer distinction for high achievement in English language and literature in undergraduate, graduate, and professional studies; (b) to promote interest in literature and the English language on local campuses and their surrounding communities; and (c) to foster the discipline of English in all its aspects, including creative and critical writing.