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ORGANIZATION

WORK CULTURE

Rowdy started with one student who noticed one big problem: there wasn’t much of an “artsy” scene at UF for creatives like her. Now, with our six departments with over 30 students, we have built a space for members to be their most extra, original and talented selves. 

 

We have quickly become a place where even the most outlandish ideas seem possible and, as a team, we work tirelessly to accomplish them.

CAREERS

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EXECUTIVE

Online Editor

Fashion Writer

Beauty Writer

Culture Writer

Activism Writer

Sex & Dating Writer

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ONLINE EDITORIAL

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DESIGN

Layout Designer

Social Media Designer

Merch Designer

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BUSINESS

Account Executive

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MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS

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Assistant Photo Director

Casting Director

Stylist

Set Designer

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Staff Writer

Copy Editor

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PRINT EDITORIAL

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SOCIAL MEDIA

Content Manager

Have an idea for a dream job with Rowdy but you don't see it falling under any one department? We want to hear from you!

 

Email our team to pitch your perfect position.

TEAM DUTIES

Rowdy Magazine is made possible by a close-knit team composed of 30 students from all different majors and backgrounds. Six teams compose our staff: Editorial, Photo, Art, Social Media, Marketing and Business. Each team is expected to dedicate 3 to 5 hours weekly in joint/individual team meetings, working on side projects or coordinating logistics. We expect each of our team members to work diligently to assist in the production of the magazine, channeling all their energy into the creation of each issue. 

Let’s be honest: making a magazine is no small task. We expect the success of each volume to be a personal priority of every team member. But the feeling we get when we finally hold a new issue, hot off the press? Worth it every time.