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Our first staff meeting for this fall semester will be this upcoming Monday (Aug. 28) in the student publications office at 6:30pm.
To find our office, enter on the main floor of the Smithgall Student Services Building (“Flag Building”) across from the Student Center, and head down the hall besides the vending machines. Take a right at the end of the hallway.
During this meeting we will give background on what Erato does as a student organization as well as a student publication. There are many ways people can get involved and everyone has a unique skill set to offer! We look forward to seeing old faces and meeting new interested students next week!!!
We held this event in April 2017 and forgot to share it here.
During this workshop, an Erato staff member taught those who attended how to make cute, colorful pom-poms out of yarn. Students who came had a good time de-stressing before finals by jamming to an ’80s music playlist and getting crafty. We hope to hold more craft workshops in the future! If you have ideas for something you might enjoy email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please come to our Publication Showcase! This is an event to celebrate the 2016 edition. We will be giving out free copies of Erato and there will be free food. Join us to see the artwork of Tech students, have fun, and learn more about how you can get involved with Erato. We hope to see you there!
Check out our About and Submit pages to learn more about how you can be involved with Erato via joining staff or submitting your own works of art for publishing.
Staff meets Mondays 4-6pm.
The 2017 edition submission deadline is October 1, 2017.
Grab a copy of your own at any of the following locations:
- 1st floor entrance of the CULC
- 2nd floor entrance of the CULC
- Library rotunda
- Klaus entrance
- East Architecture Building entrance
Erato and The North Avenue Review will be holding their first joint staff meeting this Friday (January 13th) @ 5pm.
The meeting will be held in the Student Publications Office, located in the Smithgall Student Services Building (“Flag Building”). To find our office, enter on the main floor across from the Student Center, and head down the hall besides the vending machines. Take a right at the end of the hallway.
The meeting will last between 30 and 45 minutes. It will cover a little bit of background about Erato and NAR and how you can get involved. We’re off to an exciting start this semester, with both Erato and NAR preparing to release new issues.
We look forward to meeting everyone!
The submission deadline was October 28, 2016 and we had a lot of submissions flood in from the Georgia Tech community! Thank you so much contributors!!
After a month and a half of hard work by our staff the 2016 issue is finalized and will be distributed the start of the 2017 spring semester. There will be a followup announcement within the next few weeks notifying when copies are on the racks.
Erato is now accepting submissions for the 2016 issue!
Erato is hosting an open-mic on February 12th at 8:30 p.m. at Under the Couch. Here’s your chance to share your poems with other students and hear their prose in return. If you have nothing to read, come anyway to listen to the creative works of others. You’re welcome to bring and share other works of art as well. Bring your friends!
Thursday, February 12
Under the Couch