The 2019-2020 edition of the Lantern, edited by Nicole Kosar, features 176 pages of Ursinus student poetry, fiction, nonfiction, drama and visual art. The creative works of forty-five students are represented in its pages. Since 1933, the publication has been entirely student-run, with guidance from a faculty adviser. Each year, alumni read the student submissions and make selections for special recognition.
This year’s prize-winning entries are:
Poetry Prize: Colleen Murphy, “Cochlea, Greek for Snail” (Selected by Catharine Holmes, Class of 2012).
Prose Prize: Jeremy Moyer, “That Light in the Sky” (Selected by Jess Demers, Class of 1998).
Creager Prize: Adam Mlodzinski, “Overview Effect” (Selected by Shawn Witt, Class of 2001).
The 2019-2020 Lantern can be viewed online or downloaded in Ursinus College’s institutional repository, Digital Commons@Ursinus, here.
All 185 previous issues of the Lantern are also available in this collection.