We are back for year 2 with a BANG! After testing the waters last year, we feel like our presence was needed and appreciated by the campus. Thus, we are back with more in store!
For starters, Festival ISU is this Thursday, August 29 from 10am-3pm on the quad. We will have a table out there with packed with goodies and all the information about our organization.
Following Festival ISU, we will be having our first informational of the semester Thursday night August 29 at 6pm in the Founders Suite, located on the first floor of the Bone Student Center. For the informational, we are seeking new staff to help develop the magazine and Cloud Arts & Entertainment committee (CAEC) members to help out with the events. If you are good at writing, editing, taking photographs, graphic design, music, arts, and/or event planning, this is the RSO for you! We hope to see you there...BRING A FRIEND!
The 2nd annual Cloud Music Festival is approaching quickly, and will take place during homecoming weekend! Thus, we are looking for talented ISU students who aren't afraid to rock out on stage. Auditions for musicians, bands, rappers and singers will be held Tuesday, September 17 in Prairie North located on the 2nd floor of the Bone Student Center as well as Wednesday, September 18 in the 3rd West Lounge also located in the Bone. We are also looking for two of the dopest hosts for the event. Auditions for hosts will be held Thursday, September 19 in Prairie Center. All auditions will be held from 7pm-9pm.
We are excited to provide the campus with a great publication as well as events that celebrate something that we all know and love which is music and the arts. We aim to spread diversity throughout the campus and bring everyone together. As of 2012, out of the total amount of students that attend ISU, only 16.5% make up the minority population. It is the mission of Scope Magazine to highlight those students and give them an opportunity to express themselves amongst the majority. This is why we exist and what we will ALWAYS stand by!
Alishia N. Pointer
Secretary of Scope Magazine