Creative expression is strongly encouraged at Spelman, and Spelman's student publications provide creative outlets for our students. Students with talents and interests in literary pursuits are encouraged to submit articles to the campus publications and serve on the staff of one of the student publications.
Spelman Spotlight, the student newspaper, is published monthly during the regular academic year. It reflects the creative expression and general awareness of Spelman students. A selection committee designated by the Dean of Students chooses the editor-in-chief. The rest of the staff is made up of student volunteers from all classifications. All students are especially urged to submit essays, poems, short stories, and articles. The deadline for submitting materials for each issue will be posted.
For questions about the Spelman Spotlight, please contact Ms. Rickeisha Clark.
Please mail all correspondence to:
The Spelman Spotlight
350 Spelman Ln. Box 1234
Atlanta, GA 30314
Fax: (404) 270-5970
The Jaguar Print, the student newsletter, is published monthly during the regular academic year by the Office of Student Activities (OSA). Founded in October 2004 under the Spelman Student Government Association (SSGA), this newsletter began as a means of communication between the SSGA and the student body, which highlighted various activities and accomplishments of students and student organizations. Currently, under the OSA, The Jaguar Print primarily focuses on Miss Spelman and the Court, PULSE (the student programming board), as well as SSGA and the Class Councils. Articles dealing with a variety of topics are gladly accepted from all students, and can be emailed to TheJaguarPrint@aol.com.
Reflections, the College yearbook, is published annually by the student body and presents a pictorial and literary view of life at Spelman. A selection committee designated by the Director of Student Activities selects the co-editors who select members of the staff.
Our Student Publications
- The Spelman Spotlight Newspaper
- Jaguar Print Student Newspaper
- Reflections Yearbook