So the Talisman has certainly made a huge splash since its recent re-creation as a dynamic student life publication. Their website states their aim:
“Established in 2015, WKUTalisman.com aims to be a smart and humorous voice in the campus conversation.”
The results have been just that. We at FirstFloorCherry have laughed, cried, and stalked our fellow uber-creative English majors and are here to share our top posts on the web from this last year. Then we’d like to plug a little job opportunity or two.
Bowling Green Places That are Too Cool for Me by Rachel Doyel (junior Literature major)
This post spoke right to Page. From the social anxieties, to the atmosphere of her favorite places, to the laughable absurdity of cool-ness. Thanks Rachel!
The Best Cold Treats in Bowling Green by Emily Jones
This post really encouraged Ben’s love of foodie posts. Also, Ben knows summer is coming and he will be referencing this post for places to find cold, refreshing goodies.
Ways to Avoid Writer’s Block During NaNoWriMo by Cameron Moreno
Collin likes writing and hearing about how other people write so that he can keep on writing.
Cheesy allusion high alert: If you write and find the WKU Talisman as refreshing as a cold treat, but fear it may be a little too cool for you, you should use your skills at overcoming writer’s block and apply anyway! Everyone’s writing steps up a level when they join a great team and challenge themselves.
There is also the Herald for those you you who have an interest in getting your name in print. Check out WKU Student Publications for more opportunities– just get your name out there!