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PRINTED JOURNALS

Audeamus is a national journal that is published annually in the spring. Submissions open in the beginning of fall across any 2 or 4-year college or institution of higher education. All submissions are evaluated blindly by the editorial board. The selection process is carried out by the student editorial board, who evaluate each submission for quality and creativity. Some academic works are evaluated by UC faculty members.

All published contributors receive a copy of Audeamus, and retain full copyright in their work. Audeamus cannot grant permission for use of individual works. Anyone wishing to reproduce a piece published in this issue should contact its author. Upon request, Audeamus may put requestors in contact with authors.

Volume 15

Volume 15

The design theme for the 2021-2022 journal was "Bloom" The Leads: Editor-in-Chief | Samantha Park Marilyn Garcia | Marketing & Outreach Coordinator Tiffany Mai | Design Coordinator

Volume 14

Volume 14

The design theme for the 2019-2020 journal was "Reflection." Editorial Leads: Editor-in-Chief: Cynthia Xia Marketing & Outreach Coordinator: Annika Joshi Design & Production Coordinator: Cathy Vo

Volume 13

Volume 13

The design theme for the 2018-2019 journal was "Rise." Editorial Leads: Editor-in-Chief: Carolina Cabral Marketing & Outreach Coordinator: Desiree Carcamo Design & Production Coordinator: Janet Doan

Volume 12

Volume 12

The design theme for the 2017-2018 journal was "Bold." Editorial Leads: Editor-in-Chief: Riley Leight Marketing & Outreach Coordinator: Janet Doan Design & Production Coordinator: Neema Masoudipour

Volume 11

Volume 11

The design theme for the 2016-2017 journal was "Spectacle." Editorial Leads: Editor-in-Chief: Ashlee Simon Executive Editor: Gregory Blake Hutchins Executive Editor: Janet Doan Design Lead: Neema Masoudipour

Volume 10

Volume 10

The design theme for the 2015-2016 journal was "Space and Exploration." Editorial Leads: Editor-in-Chief: J. Megan Krum Executive Editor: Adrianne Blackwood Design Lead: Raymond-Tan Tran

Volume 9

Volume 9

The design theme for the 2014-2015 journal was "Travel." Editorial Leads: Editor-in-Chief: Nicole De Silva Editor-in-Chief: Anagha Madgulkar Design Lead: Danni Wei Design Lead: Raymond-Tan Tran

Volume 8

Volume 8

The design theme for the 2013-2014 journal was "Steampunk." Link & description for journal forthcoming.

Volume 7

Volume 7

The design theme for the 2012-2013 journal was "Fairytales." The board considered how fairytales have changed from their original storyline to their modern interpretations today. The journal filler pages include fairytales in their original form and some curious information about how they have been changed. This journal is also filled with original artwork from our editorial board, including drawings on the cover, watermark sketches, and a miniature cartoon about Bumbledeer by the page numbers.

Volume 6

Volume 6

The design theme for the 2011-2012 journal was "Dictionary" based on the board's interest in words and the power they contain. Within these pages we invite you to find pleasure in learning and dwell amongst the arts. Words have always meant different things to different people, and every individual fragment is vital to the overall creation. Enjoy the creation of new words and definitions in this journal.

Volume 5

Volume 5

The design for the 2010-2011 journal was envisioned as a gallery where amazing works were being showcased "forever" considering that once completed, this exhibit will never be changed or taken down. Thus throughout this edition, the journal showcases many different types of art from ancient pictographs on rocks to insanely intricate architecture from around the world, to more modern paintings – this gallery of art is as eclectic and amazing as the works they frame.

Volume 4

Volume 4

The design for the 2009-2010 journal was a classic antique look and a removable cover with a special story behind it. Each UC campus is unique and where the journal is published has available to it a course on the history of the printing press. This course allows students to get hands on experience. The covers were made using these presses. The antique printing presses are located in Special Collections in the Tomas Rivera Library at UCR.

Volume 3

Volume 3

Link for this journal pending.

Volume 2

Volume 2

The design for the 2007-2008 journal included decorations of sticky-note-related artwork. The editor comments that she could come up with something about how the sticky note is, in itself, a symbol of our eclectic journal in that they’re versatile, innovative, practical, inspiring, and adhesive—but prefers to leave symbolic interpretation to the reader. The cover, a fragmented portrait and collage, is most representative of this humble honors journal.

Volume 1

Volume 1

Our first Audeamus Journal published in 2007. Click on link to view journal pdf.