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THE POLITICUS: COLLEGE USER GENERATED CHALLENGE {2013}

THE POLITICUS invites YOU to participate in our 3rd annual user generated college writing challenge. Contestants are asked to create smart, sophisticated and topical articles about our favorite subject politics!

The articles can cover a broad array of subject matter related to politics and news (for example education, gay rights, environment, energy, government reform, etc.).

Contestants are encouraged to submit multiple articles if they like.

Contest will start September 3rd 2013 and end December 31st 2013. We will pick THREE winners each month for the next FOUR months. Please see the monthly cash prizes below:

Winners will be announced on the 5th of each month, starting 10/5/13. Payout will be sent on the 15th of each month starting 10/15/13.

CONTEST WINNERS:

- 1st Place: $100

- 2nd Place: $50

- 3rd Place: $25

JUDGES:


Matt Negrin

Freelance journalist and former Political Reporter for ABC News and Politico



Sahil Kapur

Congressional Reporter for TPM



Sarah Granger

Digital Media Innovator, Author, Blogger



Babar Taimoor

Program Manager at International Center for Journalists



Vesna Jaksic

Physicians for Human Rights

*The final list of judges isn't final. The above are people who are being considered.

ARTICLE GUIDELINES:

- Article length must be a minimal of 200 words

HOW TO ENTER:

- Register/Sign in to THE POLITICUS

- Please make sure you click the personal account tag and select "yes" for current college student

- Once you are a member and Signed in look for the "Creation Hub" link on the top of the screen

- Click blog entry and post. You are all done.

That's it! Articles will be judged in three areas creativity, subject matter, timeliness and social sharing impact

PREVIOUS PRESS:

The Politicus College Writing Contest

Boston University College of Communication


"Journalism grad, student reap awards"

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON HOW TO SUBMIT EDIT PLEASE CHECK OUT OUR VIDEO ON OUR ABOUT US PAGE

SEPTEMBER WINNERS



The Danger of Political Labels


The Danger of Political Labels



Diplomacy With Iran: Where We Stand and What To Expect

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