prairie light review image

Prairie Light Review

Welcome to the Liberal Arts Journal of College of DuPage

Prairie Light Review, the Liberal Arts Journal of College of DuPage, has been published for nearly 40 years. This free publication, funded by Student Activities fees, is the venue for creative work in District 502. It is a partnership between Student Life and the Liberal Arts Division. 

If you would like to join the editorial team, enroll in ENGLISH 2210 for the Spring 2021 semester and learn the ins and outs of publishing, team-building and community engagement in District 502. As an experiential course, no experience is necessary.

Currently print editions of Prairie Light Review can be picked up in the Library Vestibule accessible at SRC Door 2. A mask is required and only one person at a time should be in the vestibule. An appointment is not needed and students may stop by during any of the open hours.

Current News

We are currently accepting submissions in writing and art for the Spring 2021 edition. View guidelines

One literary piece by a College of DuPage student will be selected by editors for the $500 Budilovsky Scholarship.

The Spring 2020 & Fall 2020 PLR's are in place in the Library vestibule and ready for pick-up

Students and community members may enter the vestibule at SRC Door 2. A mask is required and only one person at a time should be in the vestibule. An appointment is not needed and students may stop by during any of the open hours.

The vestibule doors at SRC #2 are unlocked for the Grab & Go hours below:
Monday and Tuesday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Wednesday: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Thursday: 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Saturday: 12 noon - 4 p.m.

If you are not able to get a physical copy of the Spring 2020 or Fall 2020 edition, please view the electronic edition via the Digital Commons at COD.

View More Events

Join Us

How can you join the staff of the Prairie Light Review?

You can join this award-winning magazine by enrolling in English 2210 fall or spring terms of each year. No previous publishing experience is needed. The course is two credit hours, listed as Engli-2210. More information about the course is available in About Us and on MyAccess. Search for Credit Classes. Or, contact Advisor Adam Fotos with questions at fotosa@cod.edu or (630) 942-3167. 

Learn more
 

Contact Information

Advisor
Adam Fotos
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2537f, (630) 942-3167