Current Graduates: Remember to Audit!
We are almost officially in spring season here in Columbia, which means it’s time to get ready for Grad Expo in March and Commencement in ..
Adjusting to a new country!
Hello and nice to meet you! It’s officially two months since I left my home country, the Dominican Republic, and let me tell you it’s been..
A Semester in Review: Graduate School vs. Undergrad
Me! Right after my May 2021 graduation!
Has it been a few months or a few years since you completed your undergraduate degree? Are you..
Wanting to go but not being able to leave.
Abandoned Pool in Lebanon
I’ve been away for a while now. It’s been more than a month, but I’m back. I went to Lebanon: my native coun..
My Jordan Year
Hey, y’all. I’m Shelby Hawkins, a Civic Media student at Columbia College Chicago, a reporter at AustinTalks, a stylist at J. Crew and as..
Spotlight: Wabash Arts Corri-Doors
The ~best~ thing about the MAM program is getting to see student work come to life. About a year and a half into this program, we are getting to see each other’s ideas turn into plans and plans turn into work and work turn into fully realized art. The Hokin Project, The Third Mask Festival, and The Fresh Connect are all examples of student ideas becoming reality. In the past few weeks, we have seen another MAM student’s idea take full flight. This would be none other than 2nd year and resident #doordork, Yvvi Atanassov. Since starting the program, we have heard about Yvvi’s obsession with doors, which is fully detailed on her Instagram @enchantingdoors_ (go follow!). Yvvi describes her love of doors through her favorite quote from Julie Powell: “Doors are going to open doors you can’t even imagine exist”. This passion and obsession with doors has led her to create the amazing project below!
Marketing and Distribution: The Nuts and Bolts of Crowdfunding
Pride and Prejudice and Gays, (photo shoot for a thesis film crowdfunding campaign). Lady Catherine: Freddie Collier; Director: DiDi Rizz..
Student Interview: Eva Herndon, Producer Extraordinaire
Eva Herndon, Photo by Katy Raddatz
On a glorious summer day, I had the opportunity to sit down with my good friend and fellow producer..
So Long for Now
It’s been a wild ride so far!
This is my bittersweet final post on Marginalia! My time sharing my experience with you all is coming to..
Director, Yasmin Asif (left), Producer, Eva Herndon (middle)
It’s hard to believe we’re into the third week of summer break. Some stud..