For the past fifteen years, 7 Mondays has been producing a remarkable yearly publication of prose, poetry and photography featuring Mount Allison students. Edited by undergraduate students themselves, the journal has been made available to each student on campus through their mailboxes, making it a lively and exciting creative venue for the work of many young artists and authors. 7 Mondays is an integral part of the Mount Allison community and is rare among universities across Canada in its position as a longstanding student-run literary journal . The journal has been a starting-point for the careers of many prominent alumni, including editors of presses and journals, and poets such as Rob Winger, who was recently shortlisted for a Governor General’s Award. 7 Mondays has also hosted numerous author readings and workshops to benefit the Mount Allison community at large. This year, the SAC has voted to include 7 Mondays on a regular referendum ballot to ask students this simple question: do you want to continue contributing $3.00 of your SAC fees to 7 Mondays? The answer should be obvious: 7 Mondays is worth three dollars. Please make sure to vote “yes” at the SAC polls on March 26 and 27 to ensure 7 Mondays has a future here on campus. Keep on the lookout for announcements for exciting pre-referendum events soon, and booth locations on campus to learn more about the work of the
journal. Save 7 Mondays!