If you’re a parent, ask yourself; when was the last time, opinion of your peer was deemed so worthy that you implemented that advice in your life?
If you’re a student, ask yourself; when was the last time, your own opinion was so strong that it overcame all odds and that you decided to implement it.
An underrated wave of change in the times our students live in is the triumph of their opinion. Most newspapers such as Times of India have come out successfully with their student edition newspapers. The primary thriving achievement of these newspapers is that they are mostly curated by students themselves even though they are organised by a professional journalistic body.
These newspapers involve sections such as opinion pieces, puzzles and various symposiums extracts that help students to know their community and be inspired. We often overlook the components that shape our minds and subconsciously our community does too.
So, the advice piece for this week is to participate. Writing for student newspapers can help you discover yourself.
Articulation is a fierce weapon against perplexion.
The experience can be cathartic and it would help you know yourself better and drive away from the darkness of your identity. It can be a real runoff the mill if your interest lies somewhere in the field of writing or journalism but it is a valuable addition to your resume.
Following are some contacts of various student news agencies that you can contact to get started.
Time Student edition
All the best!