Kellogg Community College is proud to announce the launch of its new magazine, BruIN, a quarterly publication that will inform alumni and supporters of KCC’s ongoing initiatives and success.
The inaugural issue of BruIN, a glossy, 16-page magazine, was mailed to 3,500 recipients this week. The first issue includes a cover story about the new KCC strategic plan, stories about how the College is evolving during the COVID-19 pandemic and featurettes regarding alumni, employees and scholarship recipients. The magazine also includes original works by KCC student artists and writers.
“In our oversaturated and highly digital media environment, we believe the time is right for the College to rise above the clutter, focus on storytelling and strengthen connections with people through the use of a printed magazine,” said Eric Greene, KCC’s chief communications officer and editor of the new magazine.
“We also anticipate this publication will be a connection point for fans and graduates who want to stay in touch with KCC and understand the College’s impact on education and career opportunities across Barry, Branch and Calhoun counties,” Greene said.
For the past several years, KCC has published an annual report each December to highlight the institution’s many accomplishments over the previous fiscal year. BruIN will incorporate similar content – articles and photos that collectively tell the wide-ranging story of KCC – and deliver it to a wider audience more frequently.
The magazine is viewable digitally at Kellogg.edu/bruin-magazine.
Anyone who wants to receive a complimentary subscription to BruIN can sign up by sending their name and mailing address to email@example.com. The next edition is expected to be published in December.
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