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Overflow Crowd at 2012 Oasis Party

April 26, 2012



The 2012 Oasis Magazine had its release party at the LeGrand Alumni Center Wednesday night, and the place was packed with students, family, and faculty.  With 203 pages, 114 selections, and 47 student writers and artists, this year’s magazine is one of the largest volumes in its history.




Congratulations to the editorial staff. Amanda Fowler (Literary Co-Editor), Zachary Anderberg (Layout and Design), Kari Rodgers (General Editor), April Wallace (Art Editor), and Janae Johnson (Literary Co-Editor - not shown).




Several student authors read from the magazine, and artwork from the magazine was displayed at the LeGrand.


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