U4U is the only magazine of its kind– written by students. for students. And since we know you all love your digital books and apps (and the environment) the new edition is available online only! Love that!
What we love even more about the Fall 2011 issue is the awesome interview with “Glee” star, Jane Lynch (I’m a total Gleek and proud of it). During the interview, Lynch talks about her new memoir “Happy Accidents”, gives some great advice for college students and gives us a peek inside her life as a cast member of the hit TV show.
I have some other favorites in the magazine, which are inspirational and informative. From one student’s battle with extreme snacking (he won…and lost 100 pounds) to tips on scoring the first date (what do you think about these moves?) U4U is a great read.
Read through the issue and tell us: Which is your favorite article?
These days, Facebook is many students’ number one news source. By “news”, we don’t necessarily mean world events, but also local, personal stories and happenings. Not only do we first hear of friends’ engagements, break-ups and more, but we learn of embarrassing moments, if she got the job, and reviews on the new gadget he just purchased.
From my time perusing Facebook, I have definitely come across status updates that have made me laugh out loud, made me cry, made me cringe and more. That’s why, we want to hear about the updates that have really caught your eye on our Wall of Fame.
We’re looking for the funniest status updates, the most “newsworthy”, the most creative, most embarrassing and most commented status update you’ve ever posted. Submit a screenshot or re-type your story below for consideration. We will then choose our favorite submissions to hang on our Wall of Fame in the next issue of U4U Magazine!
Have a passion for words and writing? Have a great story to tell? We have the perfect way to start a budding writing career– Write for U4U!
Writing for U4U Magazine can be the start of a budding writing career.
U4U Magazine is written by students for students. It’s actually the only national magazine out there completely authored by university students, which means the articles focus on the topics that matter to you most.
With one-million students reached by this publication each semester, this is the perfect avenue for one looking to become a writer, publisher, editor– you name it (on a resume, this experience holds major points).
So, who is eligible to write and what can you write about? Here are the details:
- Full or part-time college and graduate students are eligible to write for the Fall 2011 issue
- You must submit a writing sample of 250-500 words (fiction or non-fiction, but no poetry, please!)
- Topics can range from your passions to campus sports to dating and heath tips. For a full list of themes, visit the U4U Magazine web site
The deadline to enter is May 15, 2011, so fire up those computers and type away!
For more information on submitting your application and work to what could be the start of a great career, visit U4Umag.com.