If you’ve ever been in rehearsal at Williams College, you’ve probably asked yourself, “How is Maia’s dog still barking?” and “Why isn’t Tunnel City inside the ’62 Center and/or my mouth?” and then thought, “Self, I can’t answer those! Stop asking!”
First, calm down. You don’t have multiple personalities. Next, try asking these instead: “How do I explain to the world how I tapped into my inner prairie dog?” and “When can I convey what it means to write lyrics for a man-bear-prince?” They’re better questions (albeit a little clunky, but Self doesn’t use great syntax), and each has an answer.
Oooo look how important that sounds when each word gets its own sentence! Now you’re paying attention.
As a Junior Board member, I have had the great privilege of running this blog since the start of the semester. And now I get to post?! Well, here’s a gift from me to you. You’re welcome.
Not only are you welcome, you are thanked. Whether it’s your first time on capandbells.org and you chanced upon the news section (read all the things!) or you live and breathe this blog (…please email me), we are so happy to have your eyes on this page. It’s wonderful to include everyone with a simple post each week. Want to know another way we can include you? And/or a shameless segue into my pitch?
Yes! They’re coming up the week we get back. If you’ve read this far, you clearly care about Cap and Bells. Or me. Either way, run for a position! If you don’t know what the Board is, continue exploring this website and email us with questions. If you find yourself interested after some investigation, write a self-nomination for the position(s) you’d like most. Check your March 14th email, from Noah Schechter, for job descriptions and instructions on applying.
I’ll keep this short and sweet so you can get tan/sleep/write your essay due the week we get back. Check in regularly for more updates on Board adventures and C&B’s next show: Tigers Be Still!
Thank. You. For. Reading.