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Monthly Newsletter #9: Study Up, Buttercup

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By: burgundy bug

“Learn with us”

Source: The Burgundy Zine #9: Back to School | The Burgundy Zine

Study up, buttercup. We’re about to give you our September run down.

Monthly Recap

Our interview with Kivi Kittenhead in “Tune-In Tuesdays #34 Kittenhead is “Not Your Bitch”” rock and rolled us into the month.

Then, we gave a few pointers that’ll help you save money on school supplies, followed by Mahik’s poem’s “Summer Break” and “UFFFF… Exams Approaching.”

After explaining how going to school is pretty cool, we discussed back to school jitters and how to overcome them. We also reviewed Terrapin’s Lemon G shatter.

Next, The Institute of Childhood Preparedness delighted us with their back to school safety tips.

Then, we directed our Artist Spotlight back towards Teri Anderson for another glimpse at her stunning textiles along with some more information about her as an artist.

Afterwards, College Cures gave us a five factors to take into consideration while apartment hunting in college.

We were also thrilled to announce the Academy of Vocal Arts is launching their 85th opera season this fall!

Next, we went over the pros and cons that come along with majoring in liberal arts, which was followed by Bid 4 Paper’s guide to writing the perfect essay outline.

After covering the New England Cannabis Convention held in Atlantic City, NJ, we announced Niki Brigs’ big win at the Organization of Competitive Bodybuilder’s “Battle for the Belt” in Aug 2019.

Then, we reviewed Medical Mary’s Broad Spectrum 1500MG CBD Tincture and @talm_photography shared their stunning, black and white photograph of a giraffe with us.

The guest contributor goodies continued as Denelia Storm gave us eight different ways to change up our look for the school year, followed by her phenomenal photostory.

Then, Mahik’s put a little pep in our step with her motivational thoughts and graphics.

In our final stretch of September, Amy Liston shared a line up of incredible articles with us: “Student Finance in a Nutshell,” “5 Tips to Ace Shared Accommodation by Amy Liston,” and “Everything You Need to Know About Student Discounts by Amy Liston.” We also published “Gardening Guides: African Violet Update,” and “Homeschool Resources: Encouraging an Engaging Education.”

Last but most certainly a long shot from least, we released “The Burgundy Zine #9: Back to School.”

Going Forward

Going forward, we will begin releasing “Spooky Psychology” content for the Oct. issue of The Burgundy Zine! Submission guidelines for this month’s magazine will be posted by the end of this week.

In the meantime, why not take a gander at our highlights from September over on Penelope Peru Photography? We’ve even got a playlist you can listen to while you browse!

Yours truly,
burgundy bug >:^)

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A cynical optimist and mad scientist undercover, burgundy bug is the editor, graphic designer, webmaster, social media manager, and primary photographer for The Burgundy Zine. Entangled in a web of curiosity, burgundy bug’s work embodies a wide variety of topics including: neuroscience, psychology, ecology, biology, cannabis, reviews, fashion, entertainment, and politics. You can learn more about working with burgundy bug by visiting her portfolio website: burgundybug.com

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