If you’ve been hiding under a rock – or maybe a pile of revision notes – for the last week, you may not have realised that Guardian.co.uk has launched a fantastic new site just for students.
Guardian Students brings together all the stuff you’ll ever need to know as a student – from politics to pizza, course choices to careers, and everything else in between.
Ones to Watch is thrilled to announce that we have teamed up with the good folk at Guardian Students and will be working in partnership to ensure that the very best in student journalism and writing gets seen by the widest possible audience.
For a start, the top three articles on Ones to Watch every week will be featured in the Guardian Students weekly email newsletter – sign up now to see who makes the cut. Signing up also means you can write blogs for Guardian.co.uk’s Blogging Students, enter competitions (they’re currently giving away an iPad3) and get discounts, tips and other generally useful stuff.
And we’re also launching the OTW blog - our own take on a student version of Media Guardian. Our resident blogger Caroline Mortimer will be writing about all things student media, but we’ll be looking for guest contributors too.
If you have a view – love it or hate it – on any aspect of student media or student journalism that you want to write about, please get in touch and pitch your ideas to Caroline.
This week our first blog discusses why you should be writing for your student paper – whether you want to be a journalist or not. Check it out here.