Write for us!
We know there’re a lot of talented writers and budding journalists out there, and we want to invite you into our igloo to join the party!
So why not write for us?
We’re looking for well researched news, comment and analysis covering a range of areas from campus news and events to protests and politicking. And best of all, no word limits! That’s right, we don’t want you to pad out pieces to fill column inches, we just want you to write.
Check out the section details below, and contact the editor for that section for more details!
Capture campus life!
Student life is fast paced and packed. The Penguin aims to bring you the latest news from LSE and the wider student world, featuring events at LSE, student activities and the latest from the world of student politics.
If that sounds like your cup of tea, then contact our Student News Editor, Naomi Russell, at email@example.com.
Yes, Prime Minister!
The Penguin will be bringing you the latest high-quality political journalism. We need writers who are willing to engage with the big issues, expose the truth on the latest hot topics, and cut through the political rhetoric to get to the heart of matters.
Interested? Then contact our Student News Editor, Nick Paddock, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Science & Tech
Look! It’s so shiny!
If you’ve got to tell the world about the latest app you’ve purchased, or can explain the experiments in the Large Hadron Collider without confusing people, we want you! Science and Technology is geek central for all those closet nerds out there.
Come join the party! Contact our Science and Technology Editor, Jack Tindale, at email@example.com.
Down with the kids.
Do you love music, film, TV, eating out, and just general life?! Well then what are you waiting for? Tell us about it! We’re looking for dedicated writers to review everything that fits under “culture”.
Get involved. Contact our Culture Editor, Vikie Bew, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Off with his head!
Do you have a way with words that makes your tongue more cutting than the sword that Gordon Brown fell on? Do you find the funny in the unimaginable? Why not share the good times and write for our Satire section?
This section is maintained by our Editor In Chief, so email your ideas to email@example.com.
Have we missed something? Then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions!
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