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Method Magazine Needs an Online Staff

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Those badass folks over at Method Magazine sent us this:

Method Magazine is looking for writers, copywriters, photographers and videographers for their new website (launching April 17th).

To read an old issue of Method, click here.

For applications, click here.

Apps due Wednesday, March 26th to methomagainze[at]gmail[dot]com

Contact Ben Romero at jromero[at]wesleyan[dot]edu or Sophia Jennings at msjennings[at]wesleyan[dot]edu with any questions.

Date: All of time until March 26th
Link: above!

Historical Narratives <- Ze First Meeting

Whenever I read up on the Yalta conference (re: pic above), I always wonder: WWJBD, or “What would Jed Bartlet do?” That man would have rick-rolled Stalin and nicked Churchill’s cubans like a boss. Anyway, Charlotte Robertson ’12 writes in:

Historical Narratives, Wesleyan’s journal of undergraduate history writing, is having an introductory meeting Monday evening.

We are looking for submissions and new members for this year’s editorial staff.  Regardless of class or major – if you aspire to have your best work published in a sleek, rigorously edited academic journal, or are curious to read and debate the best scholarship produced by your peers – this is your opportunity.

Date:   Oct. 3
Time:   8:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Place:  Allbritton 304