The Meridian aims to give students from across the world the ability to share stories from their countries.
Eve Bennett has announced the launch of her new magazine. Titled The Meridian, its aim is to allow students to express their opinions about the political matters they feel hold the most importance to their everyday lives.
So…. I’ve set up a magazine!
We’ve been working on creating a space where students can publish pieces on the political issues that matter most to them, please go give us a follow and SEND US YOUR IDEAS! 🗣🌐🗣🌐 https://t.co/dfz3BBWl7z
— eve (@evebennettx) June 7, 2020
The magazine’s editorial team is made up of members from across the world and who “study at different universities across the UK”.
Submissions are currently being accepted, and Eve is asking for students aged 16 to 25, or in any form of education, to submit story ideas about the issues that matter most to them.
As The Meridian is volunteer run, Eve is unable to monetarily compensate contributors. However, she has stated that a byline will be added to each article, featuring the writers’ social media links and other work. They will also be given the opportunity to network with other student journalists.
— The Meridian Magazine (@themeridianmag) June 7, 2020
Those wishing to learn more about The Meridian can do so via its official website. Those wishing to follow it on social media can find accounts on Instagram and Twitter.
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