Expressions magazine includes essays, art, poetry, and previews of upcoming events relevant to minority groups on campus. Expressions defines minority as any person who feels "outside the mainstream or norm."
First published during Spring semester 1985, Expressions strives to represent, inform, and educate the majority of the campus community on issues relevant to minority groups. Many issues feature themes related to contemporary society and seek to discuss controversial topics in an open forum.
Expressions magazine seeks to provide a forum for minority students of any classification to review societal themes which constitute the focus of each issue. Managed primarily by students, Expressions contains essays, poetry, and artwork intended to spark discussions between self-identified minorities and the mainstream student body.
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