Founded in 2001, Collision Magazine is one of the few undergraduate publications in the nation dedicated exclusively to creative nonfiction prose and poetry.
Each semester the magazine publishes personal essays, narratives, travel pieces, feature articles, profiles, and poems by undergraduate and graduate students from Pittsburgh and around the United States. Collision staff members help to select submissions, plan magazine release parties, and implement public art projects.
Pitt Busienss Review: Business and the Public Interest
Pitt Business Review is a student-run organization that publishes faculty-refereed articles about business and current events that intersect with the public interest. Writers are encouraged to explore topics of interest, or relevance, to their major as they gain experience from substantial professional resources.
Pitt Political Review
The Pitt Political Review (PPR) provides a venue for undergraduate political writing by students wishing to examine the deeper aspects of political questions. The PPR is not a publication attached to a particular intellectual approach or a particular point of view. Rather, the magazine seeks contributions from public-spirited students of all stripes.
Pittsburgh Undergraduate Review
This journal, established in 1980 by honors students, offers undergraduates an opportunity to publish analytical and scholarly essays.
The Pittsburgh Undergraduate Review (PUR) staff gain valuable experience in editing an academic journal that publishes outstanding papers from undergraduate students throughout the nation and is subscribed to by colleges throughout the United States.
A unique feature of the PUR is the process of professional refereeing of manuscripts by established faculty members. The faculty critiques are returned to the student author with the intention of helping the author produce a publishable piece of scholarly work.
Three Rivers Review (currently inactive)
The Three Rivers Review began as the magazine Thirst, publishing the best undergraduate literature at the University of Pittsburgh. With the support of the University Honors College, it evolved into the Three Rivers Review and expanded into a community-based literary magazine promoting dialogue across university boundaries by publishing submissions from undergraduates at all of Pittsburgh’s colleges and universities.