English-Related Undergraduate Student Organizations
Bricolage is the UW's undergraduate literary arts magazine, which is staffed by undergraduate students (managing editor, poetry editor, fiction editor, graphics editor, marketing director, etc.) elected each spring by their peers. Other students who wish to get involved with Bricolage can sign up to be part of one or more editorial ("reading") groups. These groups meet to read all of the submissions to the journal and to make a group decision about which pieces will ultimately be published. To get involved, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Bricolage accepts submissions at various times throughout the year. See their website for details.
AU (which stands for Alternate Universe) is the UW's speculative fiction journal, a quarterly that is "dedicated to fantasy, science fiction, magical realism and other strange and mystical genres." For more information about getting involved or submitting your work, visit their website or their facebook page, or e-mail email@example.com.
Write Away! is a campus writers' group that meets on Monday evenings at 5:30 pm in Smith 307 (Autumn, 2017). Information about meetings is disseminated over the englmajors e-mail list. You can reach Write Away! at firstname.lastname@example.org or join their facebook group.
The Poetry Brigade The UW Poetry Brigade is where you can be part of a real-life Dead Poets Society. It is a pop-up interest group, open to all. Meetings are scheduled and announced through its Facebook group. Read an article about the Poetry Brigade by the UW Daily newspaper.
The UW Daily is a student-run daily campus newspaper. Students from all majors can participate as writers, editors, photographers, designers, etc.
PRSSA is the Public Relations Student Society of America at the University of Washington, an organization providing tools for students so that they can prepare for various areas of public relations careers through speakers, workshops, and networking.
The UW Film Club describes itself as "a ragtag band of cinephiles who meet weekly-ish to watch and chat about film and television." They also hold quarterly filmmaking contests and strive to support student filmmaking and film appreciation in the campus community. See an article about the club in the Arts & Sciences Perspectives newsletter or visit their Facebook page.
College of Arts and Sciences Groups
ArtsLink and WordLink are collaborative community of arts-related academic majors designed to help students get connected with faculty, courses, resources, opportunities, and events at the UW and beyond. ArtsLink encompasses the visual, literary, and performing arts, and WordLink focuses on the language- and literature-related majors.