Our Treasurer Sam is part of another publication called GrrlPunch, an online magazine showcase girl power in all its forms (make sure you give her articles a read)!

The all grrl's magazine was founded by Lucy Hargrove in 2016. The magazine is based in Tennessee but runs online at

Check out this video posted on Grrlpunch's YouTube:

Contest Prompts

Hello Olives,

All of our contest prompts for the Art, Drama, Poetry, and Prose categories can be found in the dropdown menu under "submit", then "contests".

May the odds be ever in your favor!

-Sam, Treasurer 2018

Greetings Olives!

Spring 2018 semester is kicking off as of now which means that...


Writers and Artists, you have until Sunday, March 18th at 11:59pm to submit your work and increase your chances of being published.

Please email us at with any questions or concerns, and be sure to stop by our room in the Media Board office, HN115, to say hi and meet our staff for this semester!

3D Doodler

"It's like a mini hand held 3D printer. Seems like you could make some cool things with this! "
Check out this cool video, Olives!

Exploring The Hero's Journey: A Writer's Guide

A compelling look at the hero's journey, according to the movie Alien. Shout outs to Joseph Campbell, the preeminent writer who explored the ideas in this article.

William S. Burroughs "The Bunker"

William S. Burroughs had what is known as "The Bunker," a place of reflection into the depths of the humanity. What's your creative space like? Do you like to work in darkness? Do you like to have a view of the the world outside or do you prefer to be isolated? 

Set in William S. Burrough's New York City apartment, the Bunker, this experimental film mixes images 
and audio of the nuclear holocaust from Hiroshima, Burroughs, and real confessions. 
 Film by Ram Devineni

LIFE goes to ‘Genius School,’ 1948

Photographer's and people who love capturing life at its candid moments, check out Nina Leen's photography of Hunter College and its little geniuses in the 1940s. 

Seven decades ago, the city housed just a "genius venture" at Hunter College ! Creating a school filled filled with 450 apparently well-adjusted, engaged kids who just happened to enjoy IQs averaging around 150 (Post-graduate students, by comparison, generally fall in the 120-130 range), it allowed these students to flourish in an environment where they would not stagnate being forced to follow the curriculum of average.

Read more: Genius School: Portraits of Gifted Kids in 1940s New York |