The 2021 edition consists of both a website and pdf publication. All works have been published in both. Website layouts can be accessed through the following three buttons below, divided into categories. The pdf version is accessible through the "PDF version" and resembles what a possible in-person magazine could have looked like this year. Thank you for your patience, and we hope you enjoy.
Behind the Name: Reformation
The definition of "reformation" can vary depending on one's philosophy and activism. Some may think of the word in the terms of social revolution. It's no surprise, considering this era of social progress to challenge establishments and traditional conventions, reshaping old institutions whether it be through marches or social media crusades.
From the IMPACT's scope of lenses:
In order to achieve a reformation of any kind, building blocks must be created, just as building blocks to construct a city. And within a single building block can emerge a new idea.
We believe that "Reformation" was an all encompassing phrase that would hopefully inspire artists to look at the world around them and create art personally symbolic to them.
With the collection of new works, we recognize "Reformation" as another milestone on our journey that symbolizes a new change in student expression and creativity, continuing our entire goal to give students a platform to express themselves through different forms of art.
Cover art by Ananya Datla