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The Warwick Tab is recruiting new writers, and now’s the perfect time to join!

Come to our open meeting Wed 1st March at the Lord Bhattacharyya Building Starbucks

Are you a student interested in breaking campus news? Controversial scandals and hot topics that everyone talks about? Hilarious guides to Warwick life and serious discussions about our university?

If so, you’re in luck. Here is your chance to write for an amazing team at The Warwick Tab, where your stories will be published online and get thousands of reads.

The Warwick Tab is a news site written by Warwick students, for Warwick students. There is no need for any past journalism experience – all you need is a story idea and a little bit of creativity. Anyone can get involved and write as little or as much as they want.

If you’re interested in writing for us, make sure to attend our first open meeting of the term on Wednesday the 1st of March at 4pm in the Lord Bhattacharyya Building Starbucks. You’ll find us with our brilliant white Tab T-Shirts and you’ll have the chance to meet our team of writers and editors.

Also, send us a DM at TheWarwickTab on Instagram if you’re interested. Make sure to follow us too, where you’ll keep updated with brand new articles and excellent on-brand memes curated by The Warwick Tab’s very own social media editor, Lia Mistry.

What is the The Tab?

The Tab is a student news site with more than six million monthly readers. The Tab is a national news site and is also spread across 30 different universities.

Writers for The Warwick Tab will get their articles shared on our Instagram and Facebook pages, with chances to also be shared on the national pages.

The Warwick Tab writes about breaking news stories on campus and topics that students actually care about. Last year, we covered important news such as Warwick SU votes to disaffiliate from National Union of Students over ‘hostile environment’ and Our lecturers deserve more pay’: What Warwick students really think about the strikes. 

The Warwick Tab also writes many fun features as well as news pieces. Last year, we wrote fun articles like We’re back! Here are six more of Leamington Spa’s best dinner date spots and These are the 10 most annoying people you’ll find at Warwick

This means there will always be something you can write about – whether it’s a bit of fun or something more serious.

Why should I write for The Tab?

The Warwick Tab is a great place to start getting journalism experience. Even if you don’t want to go into a journalism career, it looks great on your CV. The Tab alumni have gone on to write for global publications, including the BBC, Vogue, The Guardian and The Times. No previous experience is needed as you will be given training by the editors and also work alongside our assistant editor from HQ – a real professional journalist.

The Warwick Tab is also a great way to meet people from all different years and courses – we aim to host multiple fun social throughout the year.

How can I get involved?