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).
In the fall of 2012, Agnes Scott College will launch a new brand, including an updated motto, graphic elements, and website layout. The new brand will reflect findings from research, focus groups, and interviews, and will better reflect the values and personality of Agnes Scott to the internal and external community.
The Office of International Education recently invited Agnes Scott students who have studied abroad to share their stories in a travel writing contest. Congratulations to Alyssa Stafford for submitting the first place winning essay about her study abroad experience in Poland! She will receive a gift certificate to Raging Burrito, who generously supported the contest. […]
by Mariah Cawthorne Content Editor Dear Class of 2015, I want to welcome you into the Scottie family in preparation for your first semester at Agnes Scott College in regard to making new friends, joining clubs, gaining more freedom and taking college courses. Most first-years enter college thinking that they will be making life-long friendships. […]
by Anna Cabe Online Content Editor The new Class of 2015 (whose mascot is yet to be determined) has arrived at 275 strong, including six Woodruff Scholars, 21 transfers, and several exchange students. While some characteristics of the green class are to be expected [the majority are from the Southeast, […]