Collection ASU0299 - Phoenix: A Literary Magazine

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ASU0299

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Phoenix: A Literary Magazine

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  • 1986-1987 (Creation)

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1 Items

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Honors Sudents' Association serves as the social and cultural arm of the Honors Program. Over a quarter of a century old, HSA has grown to more than 400 members. While the Honors Program coordinates courses aimed at academic excellence, HSA is a step towards meeting the people and the programs students need to succeed in college and in life. Members have the opportunity to meet and network with new and returning honors students, who understand the issues and concerns unique to honors students.

Honors Students' Association serves as the social and cultural arm of the Honors Program. Over a quarter of a century old, HSA has grown to more than 400 members. While the Honors Program coordinates courses aimed at academic excellence, HSA is a step towards meeting the people and the programs students need to succeed in college and in life. Members have the opportunity to meet and network with new and returning honors students, who understand the issues and concerns unique to honors students.

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Phoenix was a literary magazine published by the University of Miami's Honors Students Association.  The first issue was published in the academic year 1986-1987.  University Archives holds 1 copy of volume 1 (1986-1987).

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  • English

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Volume 1 was donated by Dr. Lillian Manzor, Associate Professor and Interim Chair, Department of Modern Languages.

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