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If you have something to say and want to contribute to TCU Daily Skiff, we accept articles for submissions that vary from interviews to poems. Send us a pitch, and we can help you turn your idea and word count into a useful article for our site.
We are always looking for great writers to be featured on our TCU Daily Skiff website. Here we have more space to experiment and share to our readers with enhanced content that includes hyperlinks, memes, gifs, videos and audio.
- Pitch – unless you plan on sending us poetry or an original story, we suggest you pitch your idea before you start writing. This way we won’t double up on articles and even help enhance your design.
- Audience – TCU Daily Skiff is a student magazine, so consider what the students want to read. After all, you are TCU Daily Skiff’s audience too.
- Tone – Are you writing a news article, review, or a funny article? We don’t want to read your academic essay – We’re looking for humor, intelligent, and edgy writing.
- Proofread & Grammar – Be sure to read your work out loud or have a friend scan it before submitting your piece to us. Consider using short, easy-to-read sentences as any sentence must be no longer than 25 words.
- Be mindful of language and italicize works when not familiar in English.
TCU Daily Skiff always welcomes new articles from our student community. For features and student news, we are sure to expect background sources, quotes, and fact checking before submission.