At Midd, no matter what your major is, you’ve got to write. A lot. So, why not do it together? And, if you’re into any sort of creative writing, why not bounce ideas off your incredibly talented, also artistically-inspired peers? Thankfully, we’ve got an opportunity for such a collaborative writing experience, today, at Write On, an event hosted by the new student organization, StoryTold. Ben Mansky ’15, founding member of StoryTold, writes in to let us know what Write On is all about:
StoryTold is excited to announce that we’re hosting our first event as an official organization! Sunday, November 23 at 1:00 pm, TODAY, we’ll be holding a write-in at Middlebury’s one and only Gamut Room, complete with warm food, hot chocolate, and brainstorming sessions to keep those creative juices flowing. “What is a write-in?“, you might be wondering. It’s when a bunch of people get together, hang out, and write! It’s great for bouncing ideas around and getting motivated, and if you’d like to bring something else to work on, creative or otherwise, you’re still welcome to come. We’ll take a break from writing partway through for a few fun and interesting storytelling activities, and if you want to write but can’t think of something, we’ll have some prompts you can work from. Please do stop in for a while–what better way to escape the hubbub of college life than to relax, eat, and write?
Sounds good to us. See you there!
Date: Today, November 23
Time: 1 – 3pm
Place: Gamut Room (Gifford Basement)
Cost: Nada, all are welcome!