University Link Magazine New Monthly Publication Written For College Students by College Students Debuts April 10 to College Students Across Southern California

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University Link Magazine (ULM), a new monthly glossy magazine written by college students and exclusively designed for college students, will debut April 10 on campuses throughout Southern California. The publication, available by subscription only at http://www.ulmagazine.com is written with a young and trendy voice, which offers authentic and compelling stories mirroring and influencing the real life needs and attitudes of college students.

This is exactly the kind of publication I envisioned during my college years, and I'm thrilled to now have the ability both to create ULM, as well as provide a great opportunity to the next great generation of writers who are tapped into what's really happening on campuses nationwide.

University Link Magazine (ULM), a new monthly glossy magazine written by college students and exclusively designed for college students, will debut April 10 on campuses throughout Southern California. The publication, available by subscription only at http://www.ulmagazine.com is written with a young and trendy voice, which offers authentic and compelling stories mirroring and influencing the real life needs and attitudes of college students.

Each issue of the exclusive publication will contain feature stories on great career choices, real world advice from recent alumni, health & fitness, sports, technology, entertainment, style, politics, the environment, sex, travel and more. Articles will be written by college students and edited by the publication's Managing Editor, Taylor Van Arsdale, former managing editor of Westside Today and instructor at Loyola Marymount University. Each semester, ULM will invite five different college students to act as "guest editors" in monthly rotation to edit the magazine. Van Arsdale will oversee all content to ensure the stories and layout meet or exceed the highest standards of national publications.

"University Link Magazine will be a hit with students and advertisers alike because of its authenticity," explains Ali Salomi, co-publisher of ULM, along with business partner Chad Tyner. "This magazine creates a huge new forum for students; a place where those who want to pursue a writing or journalism career can gain valuable experience and have the advantage of this stepping stone as they enter the incredibly competitive media industry." Co-publisher Tyner adds, "This is exactly the kind of publication I envisioned during my college years, and I'm thrilled to now have the ability both to create ULM, as well as provide a great opportunity to the next great generation of writers who are tapped into what's really happening on campuses nationwide."

The magazine will have an initial print run of 12,000 copies which will go to students who subscribed on the http://www.ulmagazine.com website during the free trial offer period earlier this year. New subscribers can take advantage of the magazine's reduced annual rate of $20 for 10 issues (they do not publish in July and August).

About University Link Magazine
University Link Magazine, publishing ten editions annually from its offices in North Hollywood, CA was created with the mission of becoming the premiere magazine written by college students, for college students. It simultaneously creates unique opportunities for the next generation of great writers and journalists, while providing its college-age audience with the most compelling, entertaining, informative and thoughtful stories available in any medium. The magazine is owned and published by University Link, Inc. of Los Angeles. University Link Magazine, 6180 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Suite 320, North Hollywood, CA 91606 USA. Phone: (877) 854-6501; Fax: 818-980-9021; Internet; http://www.ulmagazine.com.

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