So you’re interested in blogging with us at Innermost Parts.
Well, cool! We’re flattered.
We’re up to pretty cool things, actually. We’re read by by administration, faculty, alumni, and (of course) engaged students. We’ve broken the news of Jehuda’s retirement, helped to organize the successful resistance to unilateral undemocratic budget cuts in 2009, organized the Brandeis community to send a positive love letter to the Muslim community on campus after the MSA Lounge was vandalized, and planned a joyful response to the Westboro Baptist’s Church message of hate. We can push ideas or stories into the Brandeis consciousness, we can influence the Student Union to work for what you want, and more.
We’re a chill bunch of guys and girls who don’t take ourselves too seriously. We encourage a lot of personal autonomy and create room for creative growth for bloggers. That is to say, there’s a freedom and joy to blogging that is quite a wonderful thing.
However, bloggers are expected to, you know, blog occasionally. So make sure you can do that. Unless you want to continue in the great Brandeis tradition of online organizing. Or unless you really love Innermost Parts and are willing to do all the behind-the-scenes work, that is.
Thanks for your interest and I hope to be blog-comrades with you soon.