RABBAZ is Back on Campus
Second issue of student magazine "RABBAZ" published
Students at Chemnitz University of Technology have published the second issue of the RABBAZ magazine (german article). RABBAZ is an independent magazine by students at Chemnitz University of Technology for students. It aims to bring young and creative people together and to show their perspective on life and studying in Chemnitz. In the current issue the authors deal with the topic of sustainability on about 60 pages and present ideas, projects, lifestyles and food for thought for a more sustainable life.
Due to the corona pandemic, the print magazine is only available online this year via the magazine's website (german page) for 3 euros. The costs are incurred for shipping and finance the third issue of the magazine, although the print magazine itself is free of charge and will remain so.
The webshop also offers many small extras such as stickers, postcards, posters, and tote bags that address the topic of sustainability. These products are also intended to contribute to the existence of the volunteer editorial team and support the editorial work on the follow-up issue.
Further formats are planned, including workshops and readings, which the team will offer and organize. So more RABBAZ on campus is in the pipeline.
The team behind the student magazine wants to create a platform for young creative students in Chemnitz with RABBAZ. Thus, young artists, authors, photographers and illustrators can get their voices out there. With these possibilities the team is committed to the processing of current and relevant topics concerning university, city and cultural life in Chemnitz as well as politics, environment and science worldwide.
In addition to the magazine itself, the website www.rabbaz-magazin.de and the Instagram account @rabbazmagazin offer a platform to publish articles and keep students in Chemnitz up to date.
Further information is available online, by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and via social media on Facebook and Instagram.
(Author: Matthias Fejes / Translation: Chelsea Burris)