Reflections was the third literary journal published by Gardner-Webb University from 1973 - 2001. The 1973 issue states that name change from One Little Candle to Reflections was to reflect the “mind of a creative writer must have [a] certain quality that lends itself to mediation, musing, deliberation, and pondering.” Issues include a variety of poetry, prose, photography, and art from student, faculty, and community contributors. Some issues include works that won a contest sponsored by the English Department at Gardner-Webb University.
In 2002, Reflections was re-branded as The Broad River Review.
Becky Sigmon and Henry Harrison Long
The 1974 issue of Reflections is dedicated to join editors Becky Sigmon and Henry Long Harrison III. Cover art is by Jan Hafling with Terry Sigmon, Bruce Stuart, and Judy Greene contributing additional art to the issue. Dr. Betty S. Cox served as faculty adviser.
The 1973 issue of Reflections has an introduction by Charles Dixon Lineberger noting the name change of the publication from One Little Candle to Reflections. This issue contains no table of contents, editorial staff, or cover artist.