If you're creating a "math magazine," then make sure you take into consideration your audience. Different age-level students like different things. One thing you could do in your magazine would be to interview a sampling of students- think of a question to ask- maybe one of the following, for example:
1.) What is your opinion of math?
2.) Did you use math today (in-school subject doesn't count)
You could even present a the same math problem to all the students you're interviewing, then ask them how they would go about solving it.
Students like to read what other students (especially ones they know) have to say.
My algebra students are ALWAYS asking, "When will I have to use this in my life?" I've considered bringing in a few speakers, from different walks of life, different careers, etc., to have them talk to the students about how they use math on a daily basis.