What is the Coraddi?

The Coraddi is UNCG’s arts and literary magazine, founded in 1897 as The State Normal Magazine. Today, the name has been changed in honor of its founders: the Cornelian, Adelphian, and Dikeian literary societies of the State Normal and Industrial College (which would later become UNCG)!

As a creative publication, we aim to support UNCG artists by showcasing them in our magazine. The Coraddi accepts visual and literary student art to be featured in its upcoming edition. Over the years, The Coraddi has taken on many different shapes and sizes, from print to online, and every imaginable style in between. Currently, our publication is available both digitally and physically (while supplies last). Editions of the Coraddi are released/ published biannually and accept submissions from all current UNCG students and alumni.

Current Coraddi team members, made up of students, select pieces through a blind and anonymous voting process. This process ensures there is no bias and each piece is viewed fairly.


Our mission as the Coraddi, is to make undergraduate/graduate literature and visual art widely accessible through a student-led, semi-professionally organized and free publication. We strive to provide artists at UNCG a dependable, meaningful connection to showcase their work not only to the community on campus and in the city of Greensboro, but on a national scale.