"The Bleu Ribbon" is a new independently organized, monthly news letter designed with the intention of giving the L.C.B. Boston students a new voice and way to share. The entire Le Cordon Bleu Boston community can benefit from our news letter by using it as an outlet to express themselves in various ways. Our plan for "The Bleu Ribbon" is to act as a mediator between students and staff, freshmen and upperclassmen, and everyone in between. A common ground! Email any question you may have about our academic and culinary community and we will go to the appropriate sources and get you answers. Submit an article, interview, short story, recipe, comic, puzzle or commentary to be featured in our own, student organized, independent news letter. We plan to feature interviews with our own Le Cordon Bleu chef instructors, academic faculty, enrollment representatives, financial aid counselors and even the schools president. No issue is too small or too large to try to shed some light on with this new, student driven, monthly news letter. Anyone can be a part of "The Blue Ribbon" with the common mission of bettering our culinary and academic community with communication and information. Don't deny yourself this opportunity to be heard, get involved, use your voice!
We are working on a " month in review " approach so March's post is about February, April's issue is about March and so on. Any event dates, class or seminar scheduling will need to be submitted within a week before the first of the month which it takes place in, to be promoted. Teachers are also strongly encouraged to make submissions or suggestions to "The Bleu Ribbon" while our main focus is student voice and representation. All submissions will be anonymous unless otherwise indicated so don't be hesitant to email us about serious or sensitive issues, we will address them as tactfully and diligently as possible. We are relying on student submissions and volunteering to make this work to it's best potential, don't slack, this is for all of us!
- Do you have a question about what to look forward to in your L.C.B. experience?
- Do you have a special recipe or piece of art that you would like to share with your fellow students and teachers?
- Would you like to share your story, culinary experience or personal opinions with the L.C.B. Boston community?
- Do you love to cook? Do you like to entertain? Got something to say?
Please send all submissions to :
- firstname.lastname@example.org -
THE BLEU RIBBON BLOG COMING SOON TO PAPER AT L.C.B. BOSTON
Letter from the editor-
This is a student organized news letter and is not formally affiliated with Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts but I hope anyone writing about a serious beef with the school, teacher or peer, using really obscene or vulgar language, racist, sexist, generally negative stuff please grow up, don't be a jerk, we wont print it. Have fun, be funny, be honest with your opinions but please keep it mostly professional, say "business casual". This isnt a complaint box or means to share your "dirty laundry" show respect for our school, our art and your passion for cooking. At the end of the day, the food is the focus. We're all in this together to have the best learning experience possible.