Community Expressions Apogee is a publication of the university's writing program. The magazine is a collection of literary works authored by Regis University's faculty, staff and students. It is normally published in the second semester of the academic year. Apogee Staff Managing Editor Ashley Liddiard Poetry Editor Peter Aquino Photography Editor Lena Hoff Layout Editor Dan Ott Short Story Editor Melissa Wojo Faculty Advisor Dr. David Hicks Definition of Apogee The point in the orbit of the moon, or of any planet, at which it is at its greatest distance from the earth; also, the greatest distance of the sun from the earth when the latter is in aphelion. A term of the Ptolemaic Astronomy, which viewed the earth as the center of the universe; in modern astronomy strictly used in reference to the moon, and popularly said of the sun in reference to its apparent motion. The greatest altitude reached by the sun in its apparent course; the sun's meridional altitude on the longest day. A. The most distant or remote spot. B. The highest point, climax or culmination. The point in the trajectory of a missile, rocket or the like at which it is at its greatest distance from the earth. From the online Oxford English Dictionary If you have questions about the Apogee or would like to know how to get involved with the publication, contact the writing program by calling 303.458.4039.