Vertigo is the UTS student publication, made freely available to all students across UTS campuses.
Every year, Vertigo is run by a new team of editors who are elected by the students of the university. 2018 will be Vertigo’s 28th year in print. As the newly elected editors we campaigned with the goals of continuing to uphold the high standards of the magazine, build on the website dedicated to Vertigo, and also provide video content through the newly-created YouTube channel UTS Vertigo (aka VertigoTV).
We are dedicated to informing students of events and information that are relevant to the UTS community and student life. Whether it be meetings or events held by clubs and societies, changes in the university timetable, or real-world changes that will affect students and their university education, we are passionate about informing students of any and all things that they deserve to know about. We also look to actively reach out to all UTS Collectives so that they are involved in the editing process, as well as being invited to contribute.
In addition, we aim to broaden the audience of Vertigo throughout all faculties and move away from the Communications-dominated content that Vertigo has traditionally offered. We are committed to providing this wide range of content in order to truly represent all the talent that UTS has to offer, whether it be scientific, creative or a more business-oriented approach to writing articles and creating content. We want to show UTS and the wider community everything that our university and our peers have to offer.
Submissions to Vertigo
Submissions of all faculties, ages, and mediums are welcome and encouraged. In order to allow Vertigo to connect with the widest range of students possible, it is important that we receive the widest range of submissions possible. We are also looking for sub-editors to assist us in the day-to-day processes of running a magazine. We plan to release six print volumes this year, alongside our regular online content, so there is always going to be an opportunity to contribute.
If you’re interested in seeing your work in Vertigo this year or are looking to join the team as a sub-editor, you can contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org