UPRIZINE was founded in 2017, aiming to create conversation and raise awareness surrounding intersectional issues at Temple University Japan through opinion pieces, creative writing, and occasionally, informative journalism. It is run by students and for students, through the TUJ Zine Club. 

Disclaimer: The site is run by TUJ students and through the Zine Club but is not an instrument of Temple University

MEETINGS

Weekly Meeting Schedule

 for Spring 2020:

 
Wednesdays
5:00PM - 6:00PM (RM. 304)
Thursdays
2:30PM - 3:30PM 
(Club Meeting Room, 1F)

UPDATE: MARCH 12, 2020

In consideration of the closure of TUJ campus and COVID-19 prevention measures, meetings have been CANCELLED until March 30th. 

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Uprizine is an intersectional feminist magazine and activist organization based in Temple University Japan Campus. It was founded in 2017 in response to a sexual assault on our university campus. We aim to create conversation and raise awareness surrounding social issues at Temple University Japan or that are specific to Japan, through opinion pieces, creative writing, art, and informative journalism. It is run by students and for students, through the TUJ Zine Club. 

work with

us

We're always looking for new writers, illustrators, and photographers!

If you are interested in contributing, feel free to attend one of our meeting sessions, contact us through our contact formvia our Facebook page, or email us at uprizine@gmail.com

 

NOTE: Due to the nature of the content we cover, we welcome anonymous submissions.

All articles on this site are filtered through the editorial staff at the TUJ Zine Club.

However, the site is not maintained by and is editorially independent of Temple University Japan and Temple University.

 The views and opinions expressed here are not a representation of the University and are those of the respective writers.