Write for us! The Lincoln Tab is recruiting new writers
Our open meeting will take place on Thursday 9th March
Are you a budding writer looking at ways to boost your uni experience whilst making some new friends along the way? Look no further, we want new writers to join The Lincoln Tab for this new academic year.
Whether you love reporting on your nights out, rating takeaways or fighting for what’s right on campus, we want you to join our team of experienced writers and help continue the Lincoln Tab legacy.
Writing for The Tab is a great way to make some like-minded new pals, add some flare to your CV and gain valuable writing experience. There are no strict deadlines and you’ll have the freedom to write a wide range of articles.
If you fancy getting involved, come along to our open meeting on Thursday 9th March, 5pm at Tower Bar.
Features stories can range from rating Lincoln night outs to every ick you’ll experience at Lincoln Uni. These stories are the best way to showcase what Lincoln life is all about and to celebrate the people and places in it! It’s also a great way to test out your comedic skills and have some fun with your writing.
This is the best way to inform students about the weird, the wonderful, the breaking news and everything in-between that’s happening on campus and in the city. Our stories range anywhere from Lincoln MP called out on fake blue plaque to Lincoln students raise over £1,100 for Turkey-Syria earthquake victims.
- Be a student
- Be a student in Lincoln
- Enjoy writing
That’s really it! You don’t need to have any previous writing experience, just a passion for writing, a good few ideas and you’ll be set.
So, if you think this sounds like an opportunity for you, come along to our open meeting previously mentioned – Thursday 9th October, 5pm at Tower Bar.
For more information about how to get started, DM us on our instagram @thetablincoln
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