at Cowley College
Marker Review showcases creative
Mile Marker Review is an online literature, photography, and
art journal published by the Creative Writing Program at Cowley College. Mile
Marker Review is an online journal published at www.milemarkerreview.com.
journal publishes fiction, non-fiction, poetry, photos of art and
design work, and photography exhibits. We publish these works created
by Cowley College students, faculty, staff, alumni, associates, and
If you are interested
in submitting your work for publication in the next Issue of Mile Marker
Review, go to www.milemarkerreview.com
and read the instructions for submissions.
Cowley encourages students to develop their creative writing skills as
a form of self-expression and a means of communicating emotions, ideas,
history, and perception of the world and the human condition.
The creative writing program provides opportunities for original compositions
in various genres: poetry, short stories, non-fiction features, children's
literature, dramas, and character sketches. Some students may even investigate
potential publication of their best work in literary venues.
Claws, the creative writing club, give students a venue
for sharing their creative works, including:
- Writers' Corner
- "Life Through Words and Lens"
student works reception
- Mile Marker Review
Visual Arts Program
Art students at Cowley have the flexibility to incorporate into their
program the types of work they are interested in, while learning the
basic fundamentals or execution and design. Students are encouraged
to take on special design projects for the college and other groups,
in addition to work done for themselves such as designing and selling
personal work. Art students show their work in displays on campus and
at special college events.
The art program offers an introduction to various artistic media. Drawing,
design, painting, sculpture and ceramics are courses that illustrate
the artistic diversity to students. General education courses such as
art appreciation, history, literature and problems in art help round
out the art major's years at Cowley. Elective courses give students an
opportunity to construct individualized programs.
The Mass Communications program combines classroom experiences and hands-on
involvement, including the chance to contribute to a bi-weekly newscast
and The Cowley Press student newspaper and its corresponding online
edition. The curriculum includes courses in photography, broadcasting,
news reporting and public relations, as well as opportunities for training
in advertising and multimedia presentations for the web.