Our writer application is open to everyone, and can be foundhere. We’re always looking for new upperclassmen voices, as well as freshmen (to keep us ~young~). Whether you’re excited to write profiles on your fellow classmates, do some investigative journalism on the Ratty, or take a closer look at student life here, there’s a space for your voice on Blog. Applications are due next Monday, September 21st.
Our creative team is seeking photographers and amazing graphic-makers, so email email@example.com if you can help us out on the aesthetics front.
If you have questions or just want to hear more about Blog, the application, and our staff, please come to our info sessions this week! We’ll be at the Herald offices at 195 Angell St. this Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, (the 15th — 17th), at 6:00 p.m. See you there!
Ever seen a show at Brown and immediately wondered: “What did they have to do to make that?” Fear no more. BlogDH presents The Process, a new video column in partnership with Sock & Buskin that highlights the rehearsal process of Brown mainstage productions.
The first installment is for 410[GONE], the last show of the mainstage season. Erik Ehn, chair of the theatre department, brings this poignant and powerful play by Brown alum Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig ’05 to life. 410[GONE] is a tragicomedy that explores loving past all limits and loving to the point of non-attachment, as a Chinese American brother and sister navigate possible histories and possible futures in the face of a sudden, catastrophic death.
410[GONE] opens this Thursday at 8:00 p.m. in Leeds Theatre. Performances are on April 2-5 and 9-12, Thurs – Sat @ 8:00 p.m.
Get your tickets here, in person before the show, or in advance at the Brown Theatre box office in the Leeds Theatre Breezeway. First years and transfers get into Thursday performances free.
If you have experience making videos and want to join Blog, apply to join our video team today! We’re looking for talented videographers, cinematographers and video editors. E-mail us with some of your past work and you could have your videos shared with the whole student body. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out the teaser below to see some of the work we’ve done in the past:
Take-home midterms are easy, right? You’ve got all your notes and can complete the test on your own time, so how bad can it be? All footage shot during an actual Middle East Studies take-home test. Narrated by the voices in my head.
One fall evening, a group of Brown University seniors sat around a kitchen table in an off-campus apartment, casually drinking before a night out on the town. A Cosmopolitan magazine had been left on the counter by one of the female tenants, and it wasn’t long before one of the guys spotted it. He opened to a random page – sex confessions – and began to read, periodically pausing to gape at the absurd stories.
In case you are unfamiliar with this top-notch publication, Cosmopolitan is known for its unfiltered and often-absurdly unrealistic sex and relationship tips. Sure, it may be marketed towards a female audience, but who is to say that our male counterparts would not also benefit from the magazine’s wisdom? The logical next step to this enlightening process was to recreate the experience, but this time with anti-freeze Fireball and a BlogDH videographer at hand to document the entire event.
Some of you may have recently seen photos of the rare and outrageous pizza cake floating around the internet. This delicacy is exactly what it sounds like – layers of pizza stacked on top of one another, meant to resemble a layer cake. We here at BlogDH are all about #internet and insane recipes, so we decided to conduct a BlogDH “Epic Meal Time” experiment to see the pizza cake in action. Try out the recipe for yourself.