As the school year comes to a close and the warm sunshine replaces that harsh winter cold, we find ourselves asking the same frustrating question we’ve been asking every year. Now that’s warm, why can’t we enjoy it? Maybe it’s the springtime college paradigm: as the weather gets nice, the schoolwork gets harder. Finally, we can sit on the hill without dying of hypothermia but we’re sitting in the library instead. In that spirit, we decided to not jump at the opportunity to showcase incoming spring style and instead focus on something more…academic.
Behold the Moleskin: a notebook of the gods used by the likes of Picasso, Matisse, and Hemingway, and sold at Red & Black for your convenience. This wildly popular notebook around campus is identifiable and durable.
Lexi Sturdy ’10 uses a large, cardboard cover notebook.
Emmy Levitas ’11 painted hers with white acrylic paint.
Nora Gilbert ’10 takes notes in hers in Olin.
Jesse Coburn ’09, uses his for piano notes.