New York Times Student Review Contest

Eligibility

Preparation Length

Submission Deadline

Competition Details

  • Introduction: The NY Times invites students to play critic and write an original review for their New York Times Student Review Contest. Students can review anything that fits into a category of creative expression that The New York Times covers — from architecture to music.
  • Review Limit: 450 words or fewer, not including the title. One entry per student
  • Category: architecture, art, books, comedy, dance, fashion, hotels, movies, music, podcasts, restaurants, technology, theater, TV show, video games (Please note that The Times no longer reviews video games, but we still allow the category for our contest.)

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