The goal of this guide is to serve as a useful reference for employees who are preparing College-published materials. It is not intended for student use. All students should consult with their instructors regarding the formatting and style of their writing assignments.
There are instances when certain recommendations in this guide cannot or should not be followed. For example, design considerations may dictate that a time be represented as “2PM,” rather than the recommended “2:00pm.” The most important consideration should be for consistency within a document.
For style questions not addressed in this guide, consult the latest edition of the Chicago Manual of Style or its online version, which is available to staff members who are using the on-campus computer network.
For spelling, capitalization or hyphenation questions not addressed in this guide, consult the latest edition of Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary.
This guide was prepared by SVA Communication, in collaboration with SVA Academic Affairs and the Visual Arts Press. It will be revised and updated as needed; feedback is encouraged. Questions and comments may be directed to SVA Communication, 212.592.2010, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
BFA Computer Art, Computer Animation and Visual Effects alumni won in two categories at the 2015 Student Academy Awards with thesis films created during their time at the College. SVA was the only...
Monday, August 24, 2015
A team from SVA comprising members of the BFA Computer Art, Computer Animation and Visual Effects, BFA Fine Arts and MFA Computer Art programs, as well as the Career Development Office,...
Friday, August 21, 2015
The dog days of summer are in full swing, and this week Humanities and Sciences faculty member, playwright, poet and short story writer Louis Phillips suggests classics, short humor and other...