miketrapp
CollegeHumor is looking for some funny, hardworking Editorial interns for the fall semester!
Duties include writing articles, captioning pictures and videos, and actively participating in writers meetings with the staff.
In order to apply, please create a CollegeHumor account at collegehumor.com/signup and submit one complete article in the CH style. Once you’ve done that, email collegehumorinterns@gmail.com with a link to your article, your resume, a simple cover letter so we know a bit about you, and three additional article pitches.
Applicants must be available to work 2-3 days per week out of our NYC office.
If you’re interested in writing for CollegeHumor, but don’t live in NY, don’t worry! We always accept freelance submissions.

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If anyone’s looking for an internship opportunity, here it is!

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patrickcassels
patrickcassels:

collegehumor:

CollegeHumor is LIVE in Los Angeles, August 5th! Come see Pat Cassels & Adam Conover host some of the best stand-up and sketch comedy in the LA area. These tickets go fast so get them sooner rather than later.
More info here.

Los Angeles, we have a great show lined up for August’s CollegeHumor Live LA. Also, our own MIKE TRAPP will be hosting a nerdy trivia game show featuring the audience. So if you THINK you know your Adamantium from your Vibrainum and want to prove it, this is the show to come to!

Yup!

patrickcassels:

collegehumor:

CollegeHumor is LIVE in Los Angeles, August 5th! Come see Pat Cassels & Adam Conover host some of the best stand-up and sketch comedy in the LA area. These tickets go fast so get them sooner rather than later.

More info here.

Los Angeles, we have a great show lined up for August’s CollegeHumor Live LA. Also, our own MIKE TRAPP will be hosting a nerdy trivia game show featuring the audience. So if you THINK you know your Adamantium from your Vibrainum and want to prove it, this is the show to come to!

Yup!

emilyaxford

emilyaxford:

Great News! The FCC extended the comment period to MIDNIGHT, THIS FRIDAY, 7/18.

And why?  Because “an overwhelming surge in traffic on our website” made it “difficult for many people to file comments” on the FCC’s electronic filing system.

LET’S KEEP AT IT.

Comment at dearfcc.org and share whatever videos/literature you think will inspire your friends and family to do the same!

Above is CH’s explanation of Net Neutrality, but I’ll link a couple more. 

Jon Oliver’s amazing explanation of Net Neutrality

An Animated Explanation of Net Neutrality

Everyone who enjoys or makes creative work on the Internet should care about this issue. Emily and I do, so we made the video above (with the help of our amazing director Matt Pollock). Go to http://www.dearfcc.org to tell the FCC to protect Net Neutrality!