*tba needs YOU
If you happen to have mad programming (or even just WordPress) skills
If you happen to have an almost unsustainable desire for editing soundfiles
If you’re interested in editing videos
If you have experience in planning events
*tba is for you!
Of course, we always welcome new people who’d like to write for us, but we also need a few special skills to keep doing all of our extra projects* or get them going (such as a planned YouTube project).
So if you are interested in any (or a couple, or all) of the above mentioned fields, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You could also join us at our next editorial meeting, on Wednesday, February 25, 6 pm VMP6 (UHH campus) room 1269.
Tiny disclaimer: Other than the occasional (and extremely delicious) shower of baked goods by one of our members and lots of fun and friendship, we can’t pay you for your efforts.
However, *tba is a great way of polishing up your portfolio, (and thus increasing your chances of getting hired for a journalistic job etc.) improving your English skills, and meeting new, interesting people.
We’re looking forward to seeing you!
*Our current regular projects include:
the *tpod: a podcast in which we discuss books, movies and music, political and university-related issues as well as topics such as YouTube, for which we invited the YouTuber Jill Bearup as a guest. (Dreading your term paper deadline? The t-pod knows all about it: Term Paper Trepidation)
The Betterwizzer Quiz: a pub-quiz, which we host once a semester at the Anglarium in order to raise funds for *tba (and have fun, and drink all the beer)
*tba presents: our most recent project *tba presents is basically an event created to promote *tba but also local bands, which means that the evening consists of both poetry-slam like readings and sets by various bands.
Sara was listening to “Maschin” by Bilderbuch while writing this article.