Mar

20

Apply To Be Our Arts Editor

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First order of business: explain the whole "theater" versus "theatre" thing

As the great William Shakespeare once wrote, “This above all: to thine own self be true. Apply to be the next Bwog Arts Editor.”

Okay, so we kinda butchered that—which is why we need someone who knows about the arts ‘n stuff to join our staff and make sure we don’t do it again. So if you’re into that—and by “that” we mean the goings-on of the Columbia arts community—please send an email to editors@bwog.com. Responsibilities would include attending our weekly meetings at 7 pm on Sundays, coordinating communication with members of the arts community to stay up to date, delegating coverage of upcoming events and performances, and eating free (!) snacks.

Pretty please include the following information, and we will set up a time to sit down and chat:

  • Your name, and school/year
  • Why you’re interested in the job
  • Relevant experience
  • Other extracurriculars and or time commitments, aka your weekly availability
  • The best way to reach you

Guy wearing the same tights we wear to all our meetings via Wikimedia Commons

 

 

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7 Comments

  1. Chris

    theater = building. theatre = art form. But if you're not pretentious you'll just use the word "theater" for both.

  2. Anonymous  

    WHERE IS THE BUCKET LIST

  3. ?

    Shakespeare did write that. In Hamlet. Whats wrong?

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