Advisory Notes: November 13, 2019
(All students) CALL FOR ART for Black Lives Matter Day of Action!
Black Lives Matter day of action takes place every year at BHSEC Queens. It is a day dedicated to educating students and professors about history, racial equality, and social justice through workshops and presentations. This year, BLM day of action will take place on Tuesday, January 28th, 2020.
As usual, the Black Lives Matter day of action committee is organizing the annual art contest for BLM day of action. We are looking for a T-shirt design. The design must have the words "Black Lives Matter." You are welcome but not limited to include the phrases "at school," "Day of Action 2019," and "BHSEC Queens." The logo for the shirt should be in one color and clear enough to print onto black T-shirts. New York themes are encouraged. Submissions can include any type of 2D media (drawings, paintings, prints) relating to the topic of Black Lives Matter. The winning artist will receive a T-shirt with their art on it, as well as publicity, since this artwork will be printed on T-shirts, pins, stickers, and promotional posters for the important day. We invite you all to participate! All submissions should be sent as a PDF or easily downloadable file by Nov 15th and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
(All students) "Please support the MSA this Thursday after school, treat yourself to something delicious at the bake sale! The money raised will be going towards future events that the MSA will be holding like self defense workshops and making care packages for women in need. Hope to see you there!
(All students) " CALLING ALL WRITERS, ARTISTS, AND CREATIVE PEOPLE!!!
"Hello, our names are Layla and Elan; we are Year 2 co-editors of the Hype. The Hype literary magazine is a student-run publication that publishes original student work from art to poetry to prose. We are holding a meeting TODAY Wednesday November 13 this afternoon at room 720. We will be talking about the details of the club, as well as roles that members could take part in!! All are welcome to attend the meeting!! See you there!!
Elan Ricarte, '20 "
(All students) Do you want to see your favorite teachers sing? Do you want to sing with your friends? Then come to Karaoke Night! It is in the Black Box Theater this Thursday, November 14th, from 3:35-5:00. Tickets are only $3, and there will be treats! All proceeds go to the Hope Scholarship, which supports undocumented students at Bard who do not receive federal aid for college tuition. Come with your friends and we'll see you on Thursday! – The Dream Team