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Interested in submitting a tip or learning more about The Indiana Commons? Look no further than the contact form below. We would love to hear your feedback, comments, concerns, or anything else about our site or content. 

For a faster response, feel free to contact our primary business email at th******************@gm***.com. We diligently check this email, so one of our editorial board members will get back with you shortly. Feel free to direct message us on social media as well. 

To contact an individual author, message our business email with the name of the intended recipient in the subject line and we will make sure to pass the message along. 

While you are free to use a pseudonym if you submit a tip, in some cases we may need to verify your name and affiliation with the story to be able to run an article about it. This would be especially important if your tip involves an example of bias on campus. 

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We at The Indiana Commons know it can be difficult to know what is going on in the community and on campus. That is why we need people like you to join our team to keep college students, Indianapolis, and Central Indiana residents informed.

We cover things other student newspapers won’t, including the sometimes messy topics of politics and religion. Our news perspective is balanced, but our focus is based around our mission statement. Contributors are placed where their writing can best align with our mission.

Currently, our primary communication route is through email and through GroupMe.

While this is currently an all-volunteer position, it is a great opportunity to develop a byline for anyone who is interested in writing professionally and a great way to develop your skills or just have fun if writing is a hobby.

Contributors are considered freelancers, so there is no obligation to publish a set number of times each semester. If you are not able to contribute regularly, however, consider writing a single article and submitting it here. We make no promise to provide feedback on articles submitted to the site.

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