STANDARDS' Best of the Small Presses Award 1995-1996 recognizes the excellence of Harvard University's DIVERSITY & DISTINCTION MAGAZINE



Based on range of issues addressed and consistent quality of content, STANDARDS is pleased to honor Diversity & Distinction as the Best of the Small Press Print Journals whose editors submitted for our competition this year.

To encourage the growth of small print presses, and to bring their works to a wider audience, STANDARDS will annually include 5 selections previously appearing on paper. This year, we present the following works from Diversity & Distinction:


Working Kids

Listening In on Deaf Culture


White Guys


Diversity & Distinction magazine is Harvard-Radcliffe's only publication devoted to addressing the entire Harvard community on issues of diversity and multiculturalism in the broadest sense--including race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion and physical disability. D& D is the publication for students to learn more about each other. It provides a forum for those who do not have a consistent forum to speak in to let their experiences be known.

Diversity & Distinction magazine turned one year old in April 1996. We have put out two issues this past year, and a third is scheduled in this month. The focus in this next issue will be the diversity of religion. The first two issues were received with much acclaim by students, faculty, and alumni alike. Our goal is that D& D will become a major force of understanding and unity and an institution at Harvard for years to come.

The magazine is staffed entirely by Harvard undergraduate students. We publish quarterly and are distributed to all undergraduate doors, the Law School, Graduate School of Education, and the Science Center.

For further information about the magazine and its new online project, contact:

Mike Luo, Harvard University



Original Graphic Image © 1996 by Jim Davis-Rosenthal



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