CPR is looking for artists interested in creating original pieces to complement our print articles! If you are interested in contributing, please contact our Design Editor, Adam Resheff, at email@example.com for details.
CPR accepts applications for weekly or biweekly web columnists, as well as for "staff writers" interested in covering political happenings on campus and around New York City, on a rolling basis. Please contact web editor Theresa Yang firstname.lastname@example.org for details on how to apply.
CPR accepts single submissions on a rolling basis for publication on the web; simply submit your piece to email@example.com for consideration with your topic and "Web Article Submission" in the subject line.
Work with a Senior Editor to publish an article on any domestic/international topic
CPR publishes two print magazines per semester. Authors will work with an assigned senior editor over the course of 3 weeks to produce the articles. Normal print articles are 2000-2500 words long and can cover any local, domestic, or international topic. Longer print articles are good places to interview professors and experts, and take an in depth approach to current events. CPR also features shorter print articles (750-1000 words) and these can be book/movie reviews, short interviews, etc. We are very strict about deadlines, so please make sure you can commit to the schedule your editor provides.
Please email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Name, School/Year, Email, Phone Number
2. In a paragraph, describe your topic and the argument you would like to make
3. Why do you think your article is relevant and will be appealing to readers?