Sanae Lahgazi-Alaoui Staff Writer Residence halls are a very important part of college life, as for many students, it is the first personal space they have away from home. Your room becomes a place where you can seek refuge and feel comfortable, so figuring out where to live for the next two semesters is serious […]
This past Saturday, on February 21, was the event that sophomores eagerly await every year–ring ceremony. At 5pm, approximately 170 sophomores and other ring recipients filed into Presser Hall where families, professors, and fellow Scotties were awaiting their arrival. The ceremony included inspirational speeches from the sophomore class president, Madeline Miller Lansing, Georgia State Representative, Simone Bell ’03, and President […]
Sydney Love Managing Editor On Sunday, August 31st, the Agnes Scott College community gathered at Java Monkey as selected faculty and students recited their poetry for the Decatur Book Festival. Java Monkey, known for its weekly Open Mic nights, opened their stage to neighboring colleges, such as Georgia Tech, Emory, and Georgia State; Agnes Scott […]
by Katie Rose Criscuolo Online Editor On Thursday, September 19, 2013 from 8-11 PM, the annual Witkaze Date Raffle, which raises funds for AIDS Walk Atlanta, will happen in Evans Dining Hall. For those of you who don’t know, this event can get pretty steamy as single men and ladies strut their stuff for a […]
This years Collage Arts Colloquium took place April 13th, and was a blast! Photos by Gala Cude.
We Scotties are all bound together by determination and eagerness to make a difference in our world through our education. One scottie in particalr, Yehimi Cambron ’14, is using her gift of creativity to not only benefit her community, but the entire state of Georgia. As a studio art major at Agnes Scott, Cambron focuses mainly on figure drawing and mixed media works though she recently began to experiment with printmaking which drew her to entering in the logo design contest for an GALEO (Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials).