December 6, 2019

Contribute to Pelican Magazine in 2020!

​With the new year right around the corner, Pelican is pleased to announce that the Editors for 2020 are Bayley Horne (2019 Tech and Games Sub-Editor) and Stirling Kain (2019 Arts Sub-Editor).

Bayley is a third-year Psychology major that definitely can’t read your mind so don’t ask. Currently on exchange in the UK, he will definitely come back and be that guy who won’t shut up about it. He’s obsessed with the internet, basketball and would have definitely wanted to be a TikTok celebrity if he was a little younger. He wants nothing more than to see Pelican reach even new heights this year and hopes that everyone comes along for the ride.

Stirling is a third-year History of Art and History major who couldn’t bring herself to do four units a semester, so is spending yet another year at this campus we all call home. She has very strong opinions about art and actually also most things, but she sees her role with Pelican as providing a platform for students to communicate with each other in a unique and meaningful way.

Apply now and join the Pelly Team!

But behind every Editor duo is a team of top-notch Sub-Editors, Media Staff and Illustrators. Applications for these positions are now open.

If you can see yourself editing articles from contributors and curating a subject-specific feed, then a Sub-Editor position might be for you. Apply here:

Alternatively, if your talents lie in digital multi-media (photography, videography, podcasting, and the likes), consider applying for a Media role. You can do so here:

And if you love creating cartoons, digital art, comics, line drawings, or anything similar, we have a feeling you’d make a great Pelly Illustrator. Apply here:

A Sub-Editor, Illustrator or Media position is not the only way you can contribute to Pelican in 2020. If you have a hot content pitch, send the Editors an e-mail at [email protected], and they’ll be in contact.

We can’t wait to hear from you, feathered friends.

Art by Pauline Wong