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Review welcomes letters and publishes them in its online and print editions.
Submit letters via e-mail to email@example.com. Submissions should be fewer than 250 words.
Letters will be edited for length and clarity. In the case of print, they'll also be edited for space. While we will try to accommodate as many letters as possible, we reserve the right not to print every letter we receive. We may also limit the number of letters we publish on one subject or from one individual.
We seek feedback, debate, and commentary on campus issues and activities. Personal attacks or material we deem inappropriate or of insufficient interest to the UCSC community will not be printed.
UCSC faculty, staff, and students, as well as members of the broader community, may submit letters for publication. Your letter must include your full name; anonymous submissions will not be published. The author's daytime phone number and e-mail are required so that we can communicate with you, but your contact information will not be published.
As a publicly funded publication, Review is unable to publish advocacy letters regarding union or non-campus elections.
UCSC Review magazine may print selected alumni photographs.
The winner's image will appear in an issue of the magazine. A photo credit will appear with the image.
Subject matter is limited to landscapes, still-life compositions, nature shots, etc.; portraits or photos showing people's faces will not be considered.
Photos may be color or black-and-white photographs.
Submissions will be judged on photographic quality, creativity, and aesthetics.
Limit three entries per person.
Submissions must be from graduates of UC Santa Cruz.
There is a limit of three (3) submissions per person. Your photograph(s) must meet the following specifications:
Format: JPEG (.jpg or .jpeg) only, up to 10 MB
Minimum size: 6 inches x 8 inches
Minimum resolution: 300 dpi
Each submission must contain:
Please send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All photographers whose work is selected for publication must grant unlimited use to The Regents of the University of California for promotion of the UC Santa Cruz campus with the exclusion of any use that becomes part of a retail product. Photo credit will be given where appropriate with our style guide.