Welcome to the website of The Plague, NYU’s only intentionally funny publication. Here you can learn more about our magazine, view all of our past issues, and most importantly, find the inspiration to finally write up that courageous and surely hilarious piece about Daniel Day-Lewis going on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club with Charlamagne da God, DJ Envy, and Angela Yee that you’ve always needed to share with the world.
Anyone and everyone is welcome to join or submit to The Plague, even Tauruses. If you’d like to submit to our magazine or say hi, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, we're looking for opportunities to use some of our funding to help princes in various foreign countries get back to their rightful positions of power—if you know of any, hit us up.
A bit of history about The Plague: The Plague began in the 14th century in Eurasia where it just simply killed tbh. There wasn’t paper or education back then so the laughs had to be spread by word of mouth and rats. Approximately 75-200 million people shared in the joy of comedy as The Plague became a worldwide sensation. Flashforward a couple hundred years and now you, dear reader, can join our proud tradition.
If you want to be a part of The Plague’s future, past, or in-between, come to one of our meetings on Wednesdays at 6:30 in [stable location TBD after add-drop period]. Pizza will be ordered and probably eaten as well. Get meeting updates emailed to you by shooting us an email at email@example.com.
In the meantime, you can connect with us on Twitter (@plaguemag), Instagram (@plaguemagazine), and Facebook (plaguemag) where our pay-to-play interns post updates and content so The Plague can once again emerge as an unstoppable global power.