For those of you who like to write, you should definitely think about submitting something!
Submit to Passwords, the 5-C Literary Magazine.
* Submit short stories, literary essays, or poems (artwork too!)
* Up to 12 pages doubled-spaced
* Can be excerpts from longer works
EARLY DEADLINE: Sunday, March 8 at 11:59 PM
At least 3 early submissions will be published, so submit early!
FINAL DEADLINE: Sunday, March 29 at 11:59 PM
Send submissions (as attachments) or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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I definitely encourage everyone to come and bring your friends– it’s going to be really fun. Also, you can win $30 for under an hour’s work and eat excellent food! Does it get much better?
WRITE STORIES! WIN MONEY!
Enter the writing contest for Passwords, the 5-C Literary Magazine!
WHO: Any student from the 5-Cs
* Hang out with fellow writers
* Eat tasty snacks
* Write a short story or poem on the spot (we’ll give you some prompts)
WHERE: Smith Campus Center 217
WHEN: Saturday, February 21, at 2 PM
WHY: Two winners will receive $30 each in cash, and their pieces will be published in the magazine!
For more information, email email@example.com
A quick reminder about this Friday’s Family Weekend panel discussion, entitled “Why Keep the Arts in the Liberal Arts?”, to be held from 2.45 to 4.30 pm in Rose Hills Theatre.
Given the importance of the arts in the college’s Strategic Plan, the Parents Counci has brought together a panel of parents who have led distinguished careers in the arts, asking them to speak together about their work, their career paths, and the role of the arts in the liberal arts. The panelists include:
Charles Arnoldi (painter and sculptor)
Katie Arnoldi (novelist)
Thomas Hurwitz (cinematographer)
Avon Kirkland (filmmaker)
The panelists have also made themselves available for individual events to discuss their work in more detail: Avon Kirkland will screen and discuss his work Thursday at 4.15, in Edmunds 101; Charles Arnoldi will meet with students and discuss his work Thursday at 4.30, in Lebus 110; and Tom Hurwitz will screen and discuss his work with students next Monday at 4.00, in Steele 5 (on the Scripps campus).
More details about the panelists are included below. I’ll hope to see you there!