Hello. My name is Olivia Friedman and I am writing to inform you about an exciting new project entitled "The Megillah." "The Megillah" is an online collaboration and initiative to showcase student Jewish journalism sponsored by OU Alumni. While many of you write for your own student newspapers, we thought it was imperative to bring together Jewish voices, thoughts, beliefs, viewpoints and journalism in one online forum.
If you are currently enrolled in a college, graduate school, law school, medical school or any other university, you are considered a student and are eligible to write.
We are currently looking for writers to submit articles in the following categories:
-News and Features
-Modox Love (a riff on The New York Times' "Modern Love" section, which will cover Jewish love specifically - how you met your husband, broken engagements and broken hearts, your love for your newborn, relationships with parents etc)
-On My Campus (your perspective, coverage and/or response to events taking place on your campus specifically- they can have a Jewish theme, like your response to Brandeis' Israel Apartheid Week, or a more broad theme)
-Politics & Israel
-Religion & Spirituality
-Arts & Culture
We are also looking for people who write/draw comic strips (preferably Jewish-themed), are graphic designers and have other talents.
This is strictly a student newspaper and as such you will not be compensated/ paid for your submissions. However, as they will be published online, your name will be Google-searchable and you will be able to link to your articles as clips for any future journalistic endeavors.
Please submit articles yourselves and forward this email on to other interested parties.
The deadline for submissions is: March 17, 2011.
To learn more about The Megillah, please check out our Facebook page and Like it: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/pages/The-Megillah/185864291451765 - please see the Frequently Asked Questions in the sidebar.
If you have more questions, please email me at TheMegillah @gmail.com.
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