Interested in learning about zines? The Zine Lab is starting up again this year! There will be two workshop options available, with each workshop split between two two-hour sessions. This workshop will give students a basic overview of the history and culture of zines and publishing; the second session of the workshop will be dedicated to zine-making.
Oct. 22 & 29
Nov. 12 & 19
To sign-up, please email rachel at email@example.com to reserve your spot. Space is limited.
Additional workshops will be advertised soon.
If you have any other inquires, please contact either Rachel or Lily Yuxi Ren (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Zine Lab is in coordination with the Book & Media Studies Students Association for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Looking to get involved? We want to hear from you! The BMSSA is currently looking for students to join its executive team for 2015-2016. Information for the by-election is listed below.
3. 2nd year representative
4. 3rd year representative
5. 4th year representative
12am on Thurs. Sept. 24 to 12am on Tues. Sept. 29
To apply, please send your name, position, and a brief description of why you want the position and what you can bring to BMSSA to email@example.com. This will also be placed on the ballot.
Thurs. Oct. 1st from 12-2pm,
Mon. Oct. 5th from 12-2pm, and
Tues. Oct. 6th from 3-5pm
Please look for the BMSSA table in the Kelly Café, John M. Kelly Library
Election results will be announced following the last day of voting on Tues. Oct. 6th
We hope to hear from you soon and best of luck to all candidates!
Meanwhile, check out our website and social media for more updates and BMSSA activities!
Lily Yuxi Ren
The BMSSA functions as both a representative for undergraduate students who are enrolled in the Book and Media Studies program or taking BMS courses, and as a student organization that promotes and educates Book and Media Studies students. The student association hosts a variety of events throughout the year (including socials, academic seminars, workshops, and professional networking events) to facilitate and promote the BMS community of students, faculty, alumni, and professionals, and make the experience as a Book and Media Studies student more edifying and enjoyable. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns regarding the program, courses, or any aspect of university life, please don’t hesitate to contact