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We like relevant, well-researched posts (preferably 600–1200 words) with actionable tips. Browse through our recent posts to get a feeling for our general tone and perspective. We invite you to go through our website and to submit posts for upcoming months. We are also seeking suggestions for guests on season three of our podcast — “View From Venus.” Send us your suggestions for podcast guests. If you are interested in joining our community of writers, please complete the form below. Posts with too many links look spammy and will be rejected.


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Your submission must not be published anywhere else and totally unique, we test every submission. We do not accept articles riddled with grammatical errors. We will give you a topic and content structure to research and write. Please read the guidelines below BEFORE contacting us, as your submission may be rejected immediately if it does not comply with them. The photographs you provide must not violate any intellectual property rights.

Our editors have decades of journalism experience, and their goal is to help students improve their writing and reporting skills, flesh out their budding resumes, and consider a career in the media. Our features are written by academics and university staff and also by our in-house team of specialist reporters. We look for lively essays about higher education and academic life.

For specific themes we really want to see your explicit ideas/understanding of that theme, what it looks and feels like to you, and how you have attained it through the Hidden Curriculum. Contact us to discuss a piece or suggest one you’d like to read about. We are friendly and supportive and happy to help you shape your idea into the right style for the blog.

You must give a 100-word biography as well as your social media links. You can also list the college or university where you are working or studying. We accept submitted bylines in a range of different article styles.

College Fix contributor Stephanie Samsel is a student at Towson University studying journalism and political science. She is a member of her local College Republicans chapter, a news editor for her university’s newspaper The Towerlight, and a campus correspondent forCampus Reform. You need to provide a bio of 100 words and include your social media.

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