Campus Squeeze Introduces 'U Squeeze' User-Generated Blog

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Campus Squeeze, a college humor and advice website, announced the launch of 'U Squeeze', a user-generated blog which allows students from all over the country to post articles to the popular Campus Squeeze website.

Campus Squeeze, a college humor and advice website, announced the launch of 'U Squeeze', a user-generated blog which allows students from all over the country to post articles to the popular Campus Squeeze website. Campus Squeeze, which was started in 2007 by a group of dedicated bloggers, has become one of the fastest growing college entertainment websites. With the addition of U Squeeze, Campus Squeeze hopes to expand its college reach by hosting a venue where students can share their opinions and college stories.

Students can write about any subject, though the most popular articles are college-related. Articles could range from the worst dining hall decisions to best Friday night activities - the options are endless. A user-submitted story will be accessible to thousands of Campus Squeeze users nationwide, and the best stories will be featured on the front page of Campus Squeeze, making the author eligible to win great Campus Squeeze prizes, or cash.

New users can create posts simply and quickly using YouTube and other rich media, and accounts are always free. Posting on U Squeeze can launch anyone into viral media stardom via one of the country's fastest growing college humor websites.

Visit Campus Squeeze and become a part of U Squeeze campus revolution today.

About Campus Squeeze:
Campus Squeeze is a site dedicated to making the college experience much, much less serious than it should be. Their fabulous team of bloggers gives you the inside scoop on the colleges of your dreams and a whole lot more. Making the transition into the college world smoother is only part of what they do. Campus Squeeze has cutting-edge statistics, facts and figures...pretty much everything a college student needs to stay on the cutting edge of useful and useless college information.

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