SDSU’s Oakwood Literary Magazine is celebrating its 2017 issue on Thursday at 7 p.m. in Briggs Library. The staff will present the works of many SDSU students, as well as artists and writers from the Upper Midwest region.
Oakwood is SDSU’s literary and arts magazine edited entirely by students. The publication started in 1976 under the name Calliope by student Doug Cockrell and English professor David Evans, later changing the name to Oakwood. Its initial purpose was to showcase writers in the Great Plains region and at the university, but has since broadened its submissions guidelines to include artists, photographers and the like in the upper Midwest region.
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Elevator access is available in the building.
Parking is open to the north of the library.