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Monday, July 31st, 2006
12:35 am
Hey! So I got accepted into the theatre dept. at CSF in July for the Fall of 07 (I know, I got on the college bandwagon REALLY early). I have my scholarship audition this Friday (Aug.4), and I'm pretty nervous.. Any general advice on the school, or anyone in the department? Any information would be VERY welcome.

Current Mood: chipper
Wednesday, May 24th, 2006
9:31 pm
Hey everybody

it doesnt seem like many people use this page but its my only source of communicating to fellow csf'ers so im going to through you guys another question. Actually its more of a request. Im figuring out housing plans next year and since I'm coming in as a new student I have no idea what the differences in dormatories are. So I'm having a hard time which to put down as my first choice and all.

Can someone help me out and scope me in on what each dormitory is all about.

any help is much appreciated
Monday, April 10th, 2006
11:49 pm
what up, santa fe?
Thursday, March 30th, 2006
12:14 pm

My name is Jack and I was accepted a little while ago to CSF as a contemporary music student along with a nice music scholarship which has obiously added to my intrest in the school. My visit to the school was real positive and overal I got a real good feeling for the people, atmosphere, ect...Though, although the college has really become one of my top finalists in this crazy process I still have some general questions. Any insight will be of great help!

1. I guess I was just wondering first off, how the music students in the school felt about the department overal. It seems really suiting for me since I play drums and I am into rock and latin primarily. But, are the professors really helpful? It doesnt seem like the school places much emphasis on private lessons being only one credit or so. That doesnt bother me too much but I was concerned about the individual guidance you get. In general, it seems like a real cool program though and so I was more just curious as to what peoples experience with it has been like.

2. Secondly, I dont know much about the social life of the school other than it being pretty laid back. Im not a big partier myself, but I was wondering if they exist and what a typical weekend is like. Im from New York so If I do make the move to Santa Fe im going to wonder what the scene is like on campus. The southwest is pretty foriegn to me.

Um, I cant really think of any other questions at the moment but I know Im going to have more in the future. All of this has been real exciting and any advice I cant get is much appreciated. Thanks!
Saturday, October 15th, 2005
7:12 pm
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30th 2005.......SANTA FE, NM.........
WAREHOUSE 21 PROUDLY PRESENTS:QWEL of TYPICAL CATS w/ DJ Dallas Jackson, and Galapagos 4 label mates the STICK FIGURES ( ROBUST & PROLYPHIC), with a local hip hop act kicking off the night. Expect a great show...
8 dollars cover at the door
7:07 pm
Atmosphere, Bluerpint, P.O.S. concert in SANTA FE
Tickets now on sale for the Pour Me Another Tour featuring: Atmosphere, Blueprint and P.O.S for the Santa Fe, NM show. The venue has been changed, here are the details for the show:

Date: Thursday. October 27, 2005

Venue: Club Alegria

Address:2797 Aqua Fria

City/State: Santa Fe, NM

Ages: All Ages

Doors: 6:00PM

Cost: $20

Tickets: @ LA Underground and TICKETMASTER
Thursday, September 29th, 2005
7:43 pm
atmosphere concert for hip hop heads at csf

October, 27 2005 at Genoveva Chavez Center
3221 Rodeo Road, SANTE FE, NM
Cost: $17/$20

--> Performing: Atmosphere, P.O.S, Turbo Nemesis, Blueprint & DJ Rare Groove

im not sure where to buy tickets yet. ill keep everyone posted
Thursday, July 28th, 2005
10:01 am
Job opening at Stone Forest Inc. Duties will include: customer service, accounts receivable, order entry, and some walk-in sales. Health insurance, monthly commission, 6 paid holidays, bonuses. Starting pay will probably be $10/hour. Salary options after 30/60/or 90 days (you'll have to talk to the bosses about that one). Fax a resume to 505-982-2712. It's a fast moving business that requires a detail oriented and attentive person.

This is to replace me when I move to Denver, so if anyone has questions, email me. evilalien8@hotmail.com
Friday, July 15th, 2005
2:19 am
Hmm... So I was reading about this website which can send mass text messages, and created a group called CSFun... This is the site If anyone thinks this is a good idea, feel free to join, send messages and such. Just a thought : )
Wednesday, June 29th, 2005
6:36 pm
This Place...
This place has gotten boring. ROLL CALL.

Hi. Stephen Savage-Estrada here. Sophomore in Theatre, did Hamlet and The Boyfriend freshman year.

(SIDENOTE) Looking for a travel partner for the end of this coming school year. I'll be leaving May/June to London and touring Britain and France for a few weeks...alone. Unless YOU come! HOORAY

So...who else is here?

stephen (I think I'm the new Moderator for this group...lemme confirm that then we'll chat)
Wednesday, June 15th, 2005
4:41 pm
someone really needs to take this community off of my hands.

you know, since i effing hate CSF and all.

by the by, have they named a new president yet?

fuck linda hanson.

i have my diploma, i feel like i have earned the right to say that shit.


someone, really.

take this.
12:52 pm
Is it difficult for first years students to get singles?
12:19 am
new student
I was accepted to csf for this fall in general education. I wanted to be in the MOV program but admissions told me it's very demanding. Can anyone film major inform me of the expectations and amount of work the MOV requires

Current Mood: anxious
Sunday, May 29th, 2005
7:34 pm
someone else should take this community over now that i've graduated.

let me know if you want it.
Friday, April 29th, 2005
4:37 pm
Greetings. I just popped in to say "Hi" and announce the community I just started for the Santa Fe area.
Thursday, April 21st, 2005
12:37 pm

5:30-7:00pm, TIPTON HALL

7:00pm-8:15ish, TIPTON HALL


Current Mood: excited
Tuesday, March 29th, 2005
11:18 am
My name is Kelly..I'm from Southern California and I was accepted to CSF for musical theatre. I will be visiting the school next week on Thursday.

Just thought I'd say hello.


Current Mood: blah
Wednesday, March 23rd, 2005
4:47 pm
Gay people pay taxes too. (A follow-up to my last entry)
Something else to add to my last update. Thought it would be better separate:

Seems our rights are safe for now.
Allen: Likely no action on gay lit bill this year

An outrageous comment made in reply:

1. Posted 03/18/2005

The Bible clearly says, word for word, "Homosexuals are going to hell." See for yourself. It's all over, even in the first few lines of Genesis. If you can't find it, you're probably blinded by the evil darkness of Satan. That's why I support Allen. I support him because he's a man of the Bible. We should get rid of the entire Greek system, too. The Ancient Greeks were a bunch of heathen fudgepackers. And even if frat guys aren't gay, they're still propagating the heathen onslaught by their drunken and debaucherous ways. We should also get rid of anyone who isn't Christian. It's only the American thing to do.


Super Conservative Superhero

And here are many more interesting comments written on the aforementioned articleCollapse )

I'm actually curious if Super Conservative Superhero wrote his comment out of irony to provoke intelligent thoughts or if he truly believes that bullshit.

Current Mood: intrigued
3:10 pm
Banning pro-homosexual theatre
I got this from Alex's journal.

And I'm furious.

"President Bush wants 'pro-homosexual' drama banned. 'We have to protect people.' "

Last week, Bush's base introduced a bill that would ban the use of state funds to purchase any books or other materials that "promote homosexuality". Allen does not want taxpayers' money to support "positive depictions of homosexuality as an alternative lifestyle".

"Traditional family values are under attack," Allen informs me. They've been under attack "for the last 40 years". The enemy, this time, is not al-Qaida. The axis of evil is "Hollywood, the music industry". We have an obligation to "save society from moral destruction". We have to prevent liberal libarians and trendy teachers from "re-engineering society's fabric in the minds of our children". We have to "protect Alabamians".

Would Allen's bill prevent university students from performing A Chorus Line? It isn't that he's against the theatre, Allen explains. "But why can't you do something else?"

Cutting off funds to theatre departments that put on A Chorus Line or Cat on a Hot Tin Roof may look like censorship, and smell like censorship, but "it's not censorship", Allen hastens to explain. "For instance, there's a reason for stop lights. You're driving a vehicle, you see that stop light, and I hope you stop." Who can argue with something as reasonable as stop lights? Of course, if you're gay, this particular traffic light never changes to green.

Allen claims he is acting to "encourage and protect our culture". Does "our culture" include Shakespeare?

Forty years ago, the American defenders of "our culture" and "traditional values" were opposing racial integration. Now, no politician would dare attack Cornelius Carter for being black. But it's perfectly acceptable to discriminate against people for what they do in bed.

"Dig a hole," Gerald Allen recommends, "and dump them in it."

Of course, Allen was talking about books. He was just talking about books. He never said anything about pink triangles.


What is going on with America????? The way things are going, our government is on the way towards becoming totalitarian.
Censorship censorship censorship. What's next? Books, songs, art, dance????? Are all our forms of artisitc expression which are controversial going to be buried in holes too?

Current Mood: fuming
Monday, March 21st, 2005
7:40 pm
Running Club
Hi, my name is Emily and I'm a freshmen here at the College of Santa Fe. I just wanted to inform you about one of the college's newest clubs that I started this semester with my friend Ally. The Running Club. If you have any interest in running either to get in shape, relieve stress or just for the fun of it please consider joining us. There are a few flyers up right now in the dorms and the hallway to the Caf. with our meeting times, but I'll post the times here as well.

Mon. and Wed. - 6:30 in the DFC Weight Room

Tues. and Thurs. - 4:30 on campus runs

Fri., Sat. and Sun. - 3:30 on campus runs

No, you don't have to come to every meeting, come whenever you feel up to it.

We always meet in the DFC Lounge(where the ping pong tables are) and then head off to whatever work out we have planned. Please don't be afraid to come because you may doubt your fitness level, everyone is welcome to come.

Hope to see you there. :)

Current Mood: excited
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