Adjunct Commuter Weekly was the first magazine to address the lifestyle needs and shared interests of a rapidly growing and increasingly influential demographic.
Edited and published by Dushko Petrovich—who commutes from Brooklyn to teach at Yale, RISD, and Boston University—the inaugural issue of Adjunct Commuter Weekly was created entirely by current and former adjunct commuters. It had it all: news, opinion, interviews, features, fashion shoot, photo essays, games, syllabi, poetry, fiction, personal memoirs and advertisements for products of interest to the adjunct commuter. First published on July 30, 2015 the print publication was shuttered on August 10, 2015, due to the financial and time constraints of the adjunct commuting staff. The enterprise was subsequently rebranded as ACW, the multimedia platform you are currently experiencing.
You can buy the first edition of Adjunct Commuter Weekly here.
You can read Dushko Petrovch’s Letter from the Editor here.
You can read more about Adjunct Commuter Weekly and ACW here.
PROFESSORS IN POVERTY
Syllabus: THE PHILOSOPHY OF ADJUNCTING by Kevin Temple
Dushko Petrovich: LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
HIGHER EDUCATION CANNOT BE “CONTINGENT” by Chris Hables Gray
SMART CASUAL by Oliver Watts
A Letter from Anuradha Vikram, Who Would be the Only Adjunct on the College Art Association Board
BACK TO SCHOOL PARTY ON THE IKEA FERRY
DEAR AMTRAK by Colleen Asper
(The bus with its eyes closed) By Andrea Longini
BLUR OF CHOBANIS by Ted Mineo
Great resource for commuters of all backgrounds!
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