The Connector, SCAD Atlanta’s student newspaper, won 17 Gold Circle awards from the Columbia University Scholastic Press Association; current and former writing students garnered 12 of these awards. In-depth news/feature story Isis Rose, “Military Service Influences Student Artists”   Personal opinion: On-campus issues Nikki Igbo, “Stop Whining and Start Managing Your Time”   Personal opinion: […]

Thinking about an internship for the summer? Deadlines for summer internships are often as early as March 1st, so now is the perfect time to start the application process. If you are looking for an editorial internship, here are a few to consider: Creative Loafing – Atlanta offers highly competitive internships to active students. The […]

Register for PR Intern and Nonprofit Mixer Meet representatives of a number of nonprofit agencies and develop internships for upcoming quarters at a PR Intern and Nonprofit Mixer Wednesday, March 5, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., Savannah Morning News auditorium, 1375 Chatham Parkway. The event is sponsored by The United Way of the Coastal Empire, […]

2014 New South Writing Contest now open for submissions The contest awards $1,000 to one winner in poetry and one winner in prose, and a $250 runner-up prize in each category. Third-place winners will win a three-year subscription, and all will be published in the Contest issue, New South 7.2. Visit the website for more […]

What a terrific week! Last week aTVfest brought many writers to SCAD Atlanta, and we had the chance to  learn about pitching and branding–two things that should be important to all writers. Plus, we had two authors visit Ivy Hall. On Wednesday, the fabulous Jessica Handler, author of Invisible Sisters and Braving the Fire: A […]

Thanks to everyone who came out to hear from award-winning author Jayne Anne Phillips. Ms. Phillips gave a wonderful talk about the writing of her latest novel.    

M.F.A. student Osayi Endoyln has a weekly column in Atlanta Magazine. M.F.A. student Hally Joseph’s short essay “An Open Letter to the Man Who Stole My Father’s Hash Brown in a McDonald’s in Panama” was accepted for publication in the Atticus Review. M.F.A. student Sybil McLain-Topel’s review of “Absent Landlord” was published in Paste Magazine. […]