Through the resources of the metropolitan media
and publishing houses, as well as the on-campus facilities of the
national literary journal New Letters, the literary publisher
BkMk Press, and the academic journal, Eighteenth Century Theory & Interpretation, students may gain experience in writing and editing. With
the approval of the supervising faculty, as well as the Director of Undergraduate Studies, students may intern with these media for credit.
They may also serve on the staff of the student literary journal, Number One.
The Undergraduate English Council, a social club focused on literary
activities, offers additional opportunities, such as open-mic nights
and an annual symposium in conjunction with its Literature for Life