Challenge: The latest issue of our teen-led, creative writing-focused JR'Zine is ready to read

  • We're all facing academic and personal struggles - how do you handle them?
  • Read what others wrote and submit your work for the next issue, 'Mythology'
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What do you do to overcome the challenges put before you?

The third issue of JR’Zine is available to read online! Challenge looks at the difficulties our junior reporters have faced or are currently facing - whether it is related to academics or personal struggles - and how they plan to overcome them.

You can view it here:

Acknowledging the challenges in our lives can help us formulate a plan and get back on track to achieving what we want to do in life! Finding a way to write about these challenges is also helpful for seeking change, or accepting that hard times are temporary.

JR'Zine is a monthly e-zine and an extension of the junior reporters club that provides both creative and editorial opportunities for students. Junior reporters are invited to express their written and visual creativity by submitting work in relation to the current theme, which is then edited by their peers.

Check out last month’s edition of JR’Zine here.

If you would like to contribute to the next volume, Mythology, here is the link to submission form (with all the details included).

You can also email [email protected] with “JR'Zine: Mythology” in the subject line if you have further questions.