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Lambent

Sunday, March 18th, 2012

Another blog for y’all to czech (heh heh) out.

 

If you like photography, then submit your beautiful photos to The Lambent. It’s a photo blog by Skidmore students, for Skidmore students. I know most of you have your fish-eye disposable cameras from Urban Outfitters, so get crackin’ and take some snapshots. On the real though, it was about time someone made a photography blog. Word up.

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We Take Nostalgia Dairy Seriously

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

This is why Media Services has Photoshop.

Spring Break is approaching and we all know D-Hall likes to repeat menus week after week. Even though putting bread and cheese together takes minimal effort, and is the perfect cop out for “what do we serve to hold the kids over until they leave?”, let’s be real: grilled cheese is the best.

Eating them makes you feel like you are 10, and who doesn’t love that Kraft commercial where they pull the sandwich apart and the cheese parts down the middle perfectly. That little girl at the end of the commercial looks so happy. And look how the cheese squares form into bags of money!

Yes, I tire of the monotony of the predictable dining hall every once in a while. But if you weren’t lining up for grilled cheese at The Diner, you’d definitely be making it in your Scribner House, hoping no one is going to break in to steal your cans of tomato soup (too soon?)

 

This is another guest post, as we’re currently looking for juniors, sophomores and freshmen to fill our size 14 EEEE shoes. Email rowley@skidmoreunofficial.com with your CV and head-shot. No just kidding, send him a post (title, picture, etc.).

A SCRIBE Called Guest

Saturday, March 3rd, 2012

Do you have any personal accounts of falling down the stairs in Palamountain? Like to write about your relationship with your cat from home? Have you been looking for a place to send in your creative diary entries  nonfiction writing?

Well, Skidmore now has an online literary publication called SCRIBE, exclusively for creative nonfiction.

Skidmore loves literary publications, like Folio and Palimpsest, but SCRIBE is asking for your personal anecdotes or opinions. Writing doesn’t have to be super poetic or reminiscent of Jane Austen classics (although who doesn’t love a good British drama where all the issues happen because they die of a cold before they can express their undying love for a handsome sailor with bad teeth?!) to be good.

Do yourselves a favor and look at skidmorescribe.wordpress.com and the (fbook)

And if you’ve got the writing bug, submit your stuff to skidmoreSCRIBE@gmail.com