Turning the Page
Introducing Marlin: Virginia Wesleyan University Magazine
Virginia Wesleyan University first began publishing a magazine for alumni and friends in 1993. On the occasion of the University's 50th anniversary, the magazine was redesigned complete with a new name, a fresh look and 56 pages of engaging content that celebrates the University's past, present and future.
By documenting the University's vigorous intellectual culture and diverse community with journalistic storytelling, rich editorial content and professional visual presentation, Marlin Magazine engages its readers intellectually and emotionally and engenders a sense of pride in the University as well as a commitment to its future.
The purpose of the new Marlin Magazine, the periodical publication produced by Virginia Wesleyan's Office of Marketing and Communications, is to inform, inspire and entertain a broad readership – including alumni, parents, students, faculty, staff, supporters and friends.
The magazine endeavors to reflect the values of the institution itself by showing respect for its sophisticated, well-educated audience through the thoughtful, accurate representation of information and ideas and an overall dedication to editorial integrity.