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Bi-monthly Twitter conversation on campus fashion to be held
#CampusFashion is a bi-monthly Twitter conversation to promote interest in fashion publications throughout college campuses. The next discussion will be held Monday, October 18 at 9 p.m.
The #CampusFashion Twitter event will last one hour.Before the conversation, magazines will come up with questions and the six questions will be confirmed so each “facilitator” from the magazine knows the questions in advance. Usually, there are six questions, and every ten minutes the next question is posted. These questions will relate to fashion, student magazines (obviously a way to promote each of our current and upcoming issues!) but specifically college fashion in general.
In the weeks/days leading up the Twitter chat event, magazines will promote the event with the #CampusFashion tag on Facebook and Twitter to encourage people to check it out and participate!
There are nine student-produced fashion magazines on board including:
Thread Magazine (Ohio University)—@threadmag
Clutch Magazine (Florida State)—@FSUClutchMag
Hoot Magazine (Columbia)—@Hootmag
Bare Magazine (UC Berkley)—@BareMagazine
Zipped Magazine (Syracuse)—@ZippedMagazine
Little Red Book (University of Georgia)—@LRBMag
UDress (University of Delaware)—@UDressMag
Duke Fashion Quarterly (Duke)—@DukeFashionMag
SHEI Magazine (University of Michigan)—@SHEIMagazine
Contact: Zachary Weiss, PR Director, Zipped Magazine, email@example.com