Guest editorials offer an opportunity to discuss a topic with more detail. They must be fewer than 750 words in length and should center on an original argument.
Editorials must be relevant to the UW Seattle campus or the U-District community, and must not have been previously published elsewhere.
Publication is limited to one editorial per individual or organization per academic quarter.
Authors will not receive monetary compensation for their work.
Editorials must include the author's full name, contact information, and UW affiliation.
The Daily reserves the right not to publish any editorial.
Guest editorials can be submitted here
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor are most commonly written in response to Daily articles, though other letters are also welcome.
Letters should be fewer than 250 words in length.
Letters must include the author's full name, contact information, and UW affiliation.
The Daily does not publish anonymous letters.
The Daily reserves the right not to publish any letter.
Letters to the Editor can be submitted here
Can I respond to a Daily article? Of course! However, The Daily reserves the right to not publish a submission, for reasons including, but not limited to, having discriminatory content, personal attacks, and excessively inappropriate language.
Will my editorial or letter be edited?The Daily does not edit guest content with the exception of correcting major spelling or grammatical errors.
When will my editorial or letter be published? If your submission is selected for publication, it will be published on The Daily's website on the next Friday of an academic quarter.
Can I advertise for my organization/company/band/event in my editorial or letter? No. The Daily is a newspaper, not a PR organization. Should you wish The Daily to report on your organization/company/band/event/etc., feel free to contact the appropriate section editor with your information. Contact information for editors can be found here. Advertising information can be found here.