The Howl is a magazine that is planned, researched, written, photographed and formatted by Otterbein University’s English as a Second Language students.
The magazine serves to give them a safe space in which to use their voice to share their cultures, experiences and lives. Native English speakers are also encouraged to submit within the theme of the magazine: multicultural and multi-language experiences. If interested in submitting to the Howl, submit to our Digital Commons site.
Please enjoy Otterbein ESL’s contribution to the Otterbein community’s literary scene.
"The Howl: Otterbein Community Profiles,"
The Howl: Otterbein ESL Publication:
6, Article 1.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.otterbein.edu/howl/vol1/iss6/1
Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education Commons, Community-Based Learning Commons, First and Second Language Acquisition Commons, Higher Education Commons, Japanese Studies Commons, Korean Studies Commons, Literature in English, North America, Ethnic and Cultural Minority Commons, Other English Language and Literature Commons, Other Linguistics Commons, Poetry Commons, Tourism Commons