Fall 2018 “The inner fire is the most important thing mankind possesses.” – Edith Södergran NMC Magazine invites students, faculty, staff, and alumni to light an inner fire and unleash their creativity. Submitted works can include art, designs, essays, fiction, illustrations, nonfiction, photographs, poetry, sculptures, and more. The deadline for submissions is Friday, October 19. … Continue reading Fall 2018
Spring 2018: Volume 40, Issue 2 Earth is engraved with its past: wars, plagues, triumphs, growth, and discoveries. Though the path forward is obscured by the horizon of the present, we can spin the possibilities the future beholds, whether it be for good or ill, next month or next century. NMC Magazine invites students, faculty, … Continue reading Spring 2018: A Pale Blue Dot
Be still this moment, for then it becomes but a memory… Memories endure the test of time—fully intact or fragmented, they are potent remnants of moments both good and bad. So much of who we are is not in the foreground, but in past recollections, where our chronicles of nostalgia unfold into the present. NMC … Continue reading Fall 2017: Memento
Every night, our mind runs amok, shaping visions and warping reality. It creates a new past, strange present, or unique future. Ideas grow exponentially and laugh at convention, materializing as the happiest times or the darkest nightmares. Then we wake up, and the illusion fades… NMC Magazine wants to see your dreams. Under cover of … Continue reading Spring 2017: Dreams
Submission Deadline is Monday October 24, 2016 The road less traveled may be fraught with danger, but its journey offers endless possibilities. This semester NMC Magazine delves into the experiences, risks, and excitement in undertaking an adventure. What lurks in the deep recesses of that cave? Are there new lands waiting to be discovered? Can … Continue reading Fall 2016: Adventure
Submission Deadline is Monday March 14, 2016 Our minds are always considering every possibility—what if? This semester NMC Magazine explores hypothetical changes in major societal events and ideas: political, historical, technological, religious, cultural, etc. What if Einstein was never born? What if cars could fly? What if the written word could transform the course of … Continue reading Spring 2016: What If?