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Intertext is a publication showcasing the best undergraduate writing from the Syracuse University Writing Program. It exemplifies the power of writing and collaboration to inform and inspire.

How to Submit an Essay to Intertext
Intertext, the student-run magazine of the Syracuse University Writing Program, features outstanding undergraduate Writing Program essays, and is published yearly in the spring. To submit an essay, attach your work to an e-mail message in which you state the WRT course number, instructor, your address, phone number. Include “Intertext Submission” in the subject line and send the e-mail to Patrick Berry at pwberry@syr.edu . Submissions are accepted on a continuing basis. Selected essays will be considered for the annual Louise Wetherbee Phelps Writing Award for best lower- and upper-division essays of the year.

Current Issue: Volume 25, Issue 1 (2017)

Articles

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Introduction
Molly Velázquez-Brown, Ibi Lagundoye, and Doris Dorval

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Section Introduction: Angles
Kathryn Kawasoe, Brandon Mixson, Sakura Tomizawa, and Abigail Welles

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"Okay, Sorry," with Dr. L'Pree
Julie Hikari Mebane

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Section Introduction: Fighting for Hope
Jessica Bowden, Destiny Reyes, and Vanessa Rojas-Castillo

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Tip Jar Girl
Valerie Torres

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Lighthouse
Cameron Vazquez

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A Letter to E
Zoey Leigh Woldman

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Section Introduction: Virality & Belonging
Alice Chen, Sarah Crawford, Anuradha Desai, and Rachel Young

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Rage Quit
Robert Marcuson

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Moving across Spaces
Hasmik Djoulakian

Videos

 

Ignore Me: A Letter to the Public About Service Dog Etiquette (Video)
Vanessa Rojas-Castillo and Ginger Star Peterman