Student Life Home | Student Life | Literary Magazine Butterfly FlowerHaley Weiner, Associate of ArtsDance PartyKatlin Brown, Academic TransferHomestead Prairie SunflowersRebecca Burt, Life Sciences InstructorPure BeautyDawn Clover, Administrative Assistant, BusinessRational FearJoelle Sanford, Early Childhood EducationSpring in BloomCourtney Rolf, Continuing Education, BusinessTulip with a TwistJessica Vetter, Administrative Assistant I, Arts & SciencesVery Calm DayPatricia Wagner, Retired Beatrice Campus SecretaryWomynJoelle Sandfort, Early Childhood Education Butterfly FlowerHaley Weiner, Associate of Arts Dance PartyKatlin Brown, Academic Transfer Homestead Prairie SunflowersRebecca Burt, Life Sciences Instructor Pure BeautyDawn Clover, Administrative Assistant, Business Rational FearJoelle Sanford, Early Childhood Education Spring in BloomCourtney Rolf, Continuing Education, Business Tulip with a TwistJessica Vetter, Administrative Assistant I, Arts & Sciences Very Calm DayPatricia Wagner, Retired Beatrice Campus Secretary WomynJoelle Sandfort, Early Childhood Education Literary Magazine Illuminations - SCC's Artistic Publication See your creative work in print! Illuminations isn't your typical literary magazine. To start, it’s been repeatedly honored by the Community College Humanities Association as one of the finest college publications in the region. Recognition has included two 1st Place Best Literary Magazine awards and eleven recognition awards for individual students’ work. In addition, Illuminations has reshaped the definition of "literary." We showcase all aspects of creativity from poetry, essays, and short stories to photographs, paintings, pottery, music, and video productions. And unlike many other colleges' literary magazines, Illuminations belongs to ALL of us. We publish submissions from all three campuses and our satellite locations, and anyone involved with SCC - students, staff, or faculty - can contribute. Student work is dominant, however, and cash prizes are awarded for top student submissions. We value diversity in opinion, style, and content, which makes our publication particularly interesting to peruse. SCC has many outstanding opportunities for expressing your creativity - and Illuminations is one of the finest. Volume 16-2015 Volume 15-2014 Volume 14-2013 Volume 13-2012 Volume 12-2011 Volume 11-2010 Volume 10-2009 Volume 9-2007 Volume 8-2006 Volume 7-2005Not Available Volume 6-2004Not Available Volume 5-2003Not Available Volume 4-2002Not Available Volume 3-2001 Volume 2-2000 Volume 1-1999 The content of this magazine does not necessarily reflect the views of the Editorial Team or the Arts and Sciences Division of Southeast Community College. The content reflects student, faculty, and staff work without censorship by the Editorial Team. Timeline Illuminations is an annual publication with submissions accepted year-round. June: The end of the spring quarter brings the deadline for submissions for the next volume. July-August: The Editorial Team reviews all submissions and chooses those bound for publication. Contributors receive news on the status of their submissions. September-January: Submissions are edited, and the graphic designer prepares the copy for publication and forwards it to the printer. February: The new volume is published and distributed.