Michaelmasochism
18th October 2017

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*The Porter’s Log is looking for cartoonists to join the team* 10th October 2017

 

Funnier than us?

Let’s face it, you probably are…  If you are in first or second year and you’d like to join the team as a cartoonist or writer send a cartoon or a piece of comic writing of at least 200 words to theporterslog@gmail.com. Feel free to include more than one sample of your work and please make sure to include your name, college and year of study in the email subject.

 

What is the Plog?

The Porter’s Log is a student-run satirical website which publishes cartoons and articles about life inside the bubble at Cambridge University. Our new ‘Outside the Bubble’ section focuses on news from elsewhere. We are not affiliated to the Student Union, to the University or to any college or society. We are financially independent (i.e. our budget is £0) and are not run for profit.

 All the team members are students at the University from a range of colleges.

It is all made up and is not intended to be taken as fact.

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