You’ve done the work, but did you really get the credit?
Students are smart. At Antisearch Magazine, we know that. Our small team of curators is working together to crowdsource academic and artistic works for the online gallery of the century. We’re a virtual exhibition, academic journal, and social space all in one.
We’re not anti-research. We’re anti-waste. Academic labor is a growing burden on the backs of millions of college students who feel under-appreciated and under-valued, all while producing high-quality academic research and art with little to no recognition beyond the classroom.
Your homework is your property. It’s your original work. Issac Newton didn’t discover gravity when he was 22 because people were smarter back then. He did it—and was recognized for it—because academic labor had value.
THE AVERAGE COLLEGE STUDENT WILL WRITE BETWEEN 20 AND 75 ACADEMIC PAPERS WHILE IN SCHOOL.
DON’T WASTE THEM.
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