• The Fulcrum

    The Fulcrum is Hamline’s literary and arts journal that was created by students in 1995 to represent the balance between the literary and visual art communities on campus. We seek to showcase the diverse voices of of Hamline undergraduates, providing every student with the opportunity to express their opinions, feelings, and thoughts. With the help of Student Media Board, the dedicated members of the journal’s staff, and most importantly the student body, we have been able to provide students with a journal every year.

    A fulcrum is the support or point of rest on which a lever pivots in moving a body. The goal of The Fulcrum is to have the journal function as an axis for Hamline’s artistic community.

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