Scribendi is a finalist for the Pacemaker award!

September 23, 2013

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

Scribendi Teambuilding Workshop

September 11, 2013

by Sergio Carrasco and Jesse Montoya Less-than-credible news sources suggest that on Saturday, August 24th, the Scribendi team gathered in the early morning hours for their annual Teambuilding Workshop. Participants arrived groggy, nervous, and generally withdrawn. A sort of quiet unease shrouded the honors forum; some staff members made small talk, others quietly awaited their … Read More

“Pure Grass” featured in Daily Lobo

March 28, 2013

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

Scribendi Production Workshop

February 13, 2013

This past weekend, Scribendi got together and continued on the production of the magazine! It was a whirlwind of a day, filled with flurries of typeset pages and red pens. While we do have a working template for the upcoming magazine, our process is far from over. Over the next few weeks, we will be … Read More

Pacemaker Finalists!

September 5, 2012

    Each year, the Associated Collegiate Press recognizes general excellence in collegiate magazines (looking at content, editing, layout and design) with Magazine Pacemaker awards. Literary magazines were judged by Graywolf Press. And they just rolled out the finalists—including Scribendi! Entries were judged based on the following criteria: Content Was there evidence of diversity in … Read More