Alumni Profile: Dr. V.B. Price

May 26, 2014By webeditor1Alumni Profile, Scribendi Profiles

*This post is part of a series of blog posts highlighting award winning contributors and supporters of Scribendi. Interview with Dr. Price conducted 8 April 2014                   Dr. V.B. Price has been a steadfast presence in the Honors College since 1986, helping students reach new understandings of the world and themselves. In 1986-87, Dr. Price … Read More

Contributor Profile: WRHC Fiction Award Winner Kelsey Mammen

May 12, 2014By webeditor1Contributor Profile, Scribendi Profiles

*This post is part of a series of blog posts highlighting award winning contributors in Scribendi’s 2014 issue. Kelsey Mammen is author of the WRHC award-winning fiction piece “Red Dancers”, a story that chronicles one man’s rehabilitation and redemption through his involvement in a mustang training program at a state penitentiary. Kelsey, who lives and … Read More

Scribendi wins the 2013 National Pacemaker award!

November 1, 2013By webeditor1Cool News

The Associated Collegiate Press has announced their selections for the 2013 Pacemaker awards, and Scribendi has prevailed! Our 2013 edition was deemed worthy of the highest award in student journalism, often likened to the Pulitzer. This is one of the greatest honors we can receive, and we’re grateful and excited to accept. Pacemaker candidates were judged based … Read More

Daniel Abraham Is a Hardworking Fellow.

November 1, 2013By webeditor1Neat Info

By Sergio E. Carrasco   Today, he was hard at work talking about himself as part of the “Meet the Author” lecture series happening Mondays in November. Dressed in a plain white T-shirt, blue jeans and a loose-fitting, unbuttoned overshirt, Daniel Abraham looked the part of the quintessential “slacker-writer”: you know, the kind that misses … Read More

Scribendi Spotlight: Poetry

October 8, 2013By webeditor1Cool News

In this segment, your Scribes highlight a work of art or literature that has been published in a past issue of Scribendi. This piece has been selected by Jesse Montoya, from the Scribendi 2013 edition. Commentary will follow after the poem. Garden City Breeann Silbernagel | Montana State University, Billings | Poem Editors’ Choice Award … Read More

Scribendi is a finalist for the Pacemaker award!

September 23, 2013By webeditor1Cool News

by Georgia Casswell When thinking about what makes Scribendi such a distinguished magazine, words like “dedication,” “hard work,” and “pride” come to mind. It is with all of these things that the staff works tirelessly to create such an amazing work of art. For two semesters the unity of some of the most brilliant minds that the … Read More

An Introduction to Copyright

September 19, 2013By webeditor1Neat Info

(by Sergio Carrasco and Jesse Montoya, based on an article by Alyson Alford-Garcia)   Have you ever wondered, while illegally downloading movies and music, about copyright law and how it affects you, industries, society on the whole? Well, we normally don’t either, but we’ve been thinking, now that we’re gearing up for another issue of … Read More

“Pure Grass” featured in Daily Lobo

March 28, 2013By webeditor1Cool News

A big thanks to Justin Brough for the article! ‘Leaves of Grass’ comes alive Historical re-enactor Bruce Noll hasn’t tired of impersonating poet Walt Whitman in the 43 years he’s been doing it. Noll performs tonight in the SUB as a fundraiser for the student publication Scribendi. Scribendi’s faculty adviser Amaris Ketcham helped organize the event and recruited … Read More

Throwback Thurdsay

February 15, 2012By webeditor1Neat Info

Throwback Thursdays! We’re bringing back some of our favorite pieces from the last 30 years of Scribendi. Las Aguilas Brooke Ann Zantell- 1994 In the following pages is my personal interpretation of several stories that I have been told by my family about my grandmother. Anything in quotes was actually spoken by the person in the … Read More