Mosaic showcases the best of student writing, art, photography and original music. The magazine is funded by student fees and is edited by students. The purpose of Mosaic is to stimulate interest in creative work and to provide a medium of expression for students with literary talents. Mosaic, the official literary magazine of Nicholls State University, was first published as Pencil Tracks. It is published annually through the Department of Languages and Literature.
Copies of the most current Mosaic may be found in the following buildings across campus:
Beauregard Hall ⇒ Candies Hall ⇒ Ellender Library ⇒ Elkins Hall ⇒ Jazzman’s Cafe ⇒ Peltier Hall ⇒ Polk Hall ⇒ Powell-White Hall ⇒ Talbot Hall ⇒ Student Union Lobby
Check out the behind the scenes look at how the 2015 Mosaic was made here.
Chief Faculty Editor
Katherine Conner, Chief Faculty Editor
246K Peltier Hall