Disclaimer

{dis-kley-mer} noun

The act of disclaiming; the renouncing, repudiating, or denying of a claim; disavowal.  A statement, document, or assertion that disclaims responsibility, affiliation, etc.; disavowal; denial:

Share Art and Literary Magazine of Kennesaw State University is published annually, typically in print format. The publication is funded through student activity fees and is free of charge to all members of the KSU campus community. Due to budget cuts, the 2016-2017 edition of Share will only be published online.

All literature, artwork, and digital work are self-expressions of those who created them and are not intended to represent the ideas or views of the Share staff or its advisers. They do not reflect the views of KSU faculty, staff, administration, student body, KSU Student Media Board, or the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.

Artwork contained in Share’s print version or on the website is not intended to specifically illustrate any literary work or vice versa, but may have been placed according to content. This includes editing artwork to better serve the magazine’s needs in terms of size or composition with textural elements. We welcome artists to contact us if they find this policy unacceptable.

Though all artists and contributors may retain the rights to their work, Share reserves the right to print and reprint all submissions.

Webpages: KSU student organization webpages linked to KSU, Student Life, Student Media or on OwlLife are maintained by and the property of the specific student organization. Opinions and ideas, as well as graphic and design decisions expressed in student pages, are not those of KSUSM, the Department of Student Involvement, Kennesaw State University, or the Georgia Board of Regents.