You will not hear from us, which means we are not able to publish your work on our site at this time. The length of each feature is decided by the features editor. However, as a rough guide, our features are usually 1,800-2,500 words.
He is a state captain for SFLA and a field representative for the Family Foundation of Virginia. What we envisage may not be the most straightforward or the most conventional ideas. We call for a relatively radical and certainly quite comprehensive reorganization of America’s P-20 system.
Topics that are intriguing and related to our site will be approved. We decide collectively which pitches to accept, then assign each piece to a single editor. That editor will be in touch with you to agree on a rate and a deadline for an initial draft. After you send the initial draft, the editor will reply with edits and queries.
Please allow a minimum of eight to twelve weeks for a response. Charlotte Waldron is a Summer 2022 College Fix fellow with the Daily Caller. She is a student at Miami University majoring in English with a double minor in political science and creative writing. She is a reporter and Managing Editor for The Miami Patriot, an independent conservative news outlet on campus.
College Fixcontributor Charles Hilu is a student at the University of Michigan studying political science. He serves as the editor-in-chief of theMichigan Reviewand chairman of his Young Americans for Freedom Chapter. He has interned at theWashington Examiner and has contributed to the National Review. College Fix contributor Colleen Farabaugh is an graduate student at Franciscan University of Steubenville, currently pursuing an M.A. She received her undergrad degree from Franciscan in political science with two minors in Spanish and human life studies. The College Fix and its internships are powered by the Student Free Press Association.
The Chronicle extends to you any insurance coverage it may have for libel claims that may arise with respect to your article published by The Chronicle. It is understood that, in offering to extend this coverage, The Chronicle retains the exclusive right to control the handling of any claims with our insurance carrier and to decide on settlements, if any. The Chronicle agrees, however, to keep you advised and consult with you on any such matter, and you agree to cooperate with The Chronicle in the process.
All of our reviews and recommendations are based on unbiased research by our editorial team. Please include your biography and headshot with your submission. From practical to whimsical, our gift guide makes holiday shopping easier — leaving you more time to spend with your student. If you are interested in publishing an article on the NAS website complete the form below.
We read each email and regularly answer inside one business day.
Email: [email protected]
The information that I had read is totally meaningful and useful. Please don’t send us any articles before an idea has been agreed with our editors, as we can’t guarantee we’ll be able to publish them. After your application to be a QS Student Writer has been approved, you’ll have the chance to discuss ideas with one of our editorial team. Feel free to pitch anything you think would be interesting for our student audience. We’re looking to hear from students all around the world, across a range of different subject areas.