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(W)hooo Lives in the Box?

Owls come in many shapes and sizes as there are over 250 species around the world, living in different habitats like agricultural fields or thick forests. Most live in natural habitats like trees or caves, but some rest in human-made places like owl boxes or barns.

Our Spring 2020 Plans

Hello all! Just like pretty much everyone right now, Scislug is having to re-evaluate our entire production plan! We wanted to update y’all on what that is though.We’re still producing a magazine but…It won’t be printed in large enough quantity to distribute widely. What we will do is publish our final PDF on this here website at the end of […]

Accepting Submissions for our 2020 Issue!

SciSlug is taking submissions for our Spring 2020 issue! If you have a work of science writing, creative writing, or science art, here’s an opportunity to get it published! We have a few guidelines and requirements, which you can find on our submissions page, but this is a great chance for you to showcase your work. Undergrads especially can benefit […]

Thank you for making Giving Day such a success!

Hello! We at Scislug would like to thank everyone who contributed to us on Giving Day! You all went truly above and beyond! Our goal was to merely receive $1000. Personally, I thought this was a lofty goal, but I was proven entirely wrong when donations surpassed our goal. We had received a grand total of $3750 from 33 donors […]

Giving Day is Today!

Hey all! Now’s your chance to donate to Scientific Slug and support us in our ability to produce a new issue of our magazine this Spring! Follow this link to find our donation page! Quick—before the clock strikes 12! Thanks! SciSlug

We’re seeking Submissions!

SciSlug is taking submissions for our Spring 2019 issue! If you have a work of science writing, creative writing, or science art, here’s an opportunity to get it published! We have a few guidelines and requirements, which you can find on our submissions page, but this is a great chance for you to showcase your work. Undergrads especially can benefit […]

Giving Day is Coming Up!

Donate to SciSlug this coming Wednesday, February 27! Scientific Slug Magazine is participating in Giving Day this year and we’d love it if you donated a few bucks. Funding has been tough this year. Colleges are low on funds, certain scandals have thrown wrenches into inter-organizational trust, and the funding process is generally slow and arduous. But not Giving Day! […]

Changes with our Website

Hi, readers! You may have noticed that the last time SciSlug published a blog was about a year ago. This is because we’ve decided to end weekly blog posts to concentrate more on producing the magazine and re-vamping the website! Also, if you happened to read our latest issue for Spring 2018, you may have noticed that our URL is […]

Time to Simone Wright: How to Become Instagram Famous

Any good artist knows that in order to have a beautiful picture you must have the right medium to translate it properly. When painting an ocean you don’t want to use the same shade of blue, so you add variety of colors to represent shadows and highlights. The same concept applies to photography, except time and light are your shadows […]