College Media Geeks: Ryan Weier

Photographer captures the spirit of ‘The Traveling Man’ and the Class Favorite Award in the Dallas Photo Shoot-Out

Student media affected by Hurricane Harvey seek to cover the storm

Hurricane Harvey ripped through Texas, but its effects can be felt much farther than the Lone Star State.

UC Davis newspaper thrives after students approve media fee

The Aggie returns to print

College Media Geek: Andrew Grottkau, Rice University

Mechanical engineer shows he’s got what it takes to cover sports

College Media Geek: Gabi Wy, University of Southern Indiana

While many college students spent their sophomore years figuring out what they want to do, Gabi Wy of the University of Southern Indiana has spent her second year of college pursuing her passion and deepening her knowledge of an ever-evolving media landscape. Gabi has already participated in the Asian American Journalists Association’s VOICES program and […]

The Campus Ledger cuts prints

Just in time for its 40th birthday, The Campus Ledger at Johnson County Community College in Kansas is going under the knife – it’s cutting print. When the paper returns in the fall, it won’t be paper, but it will be a new challenge for the students and staff involved. Nell Gross, editor in chief, […]

April Fools’ Day editions

A sampling of satire and humor from the nation’s college media

UC San Diego launches news outlet

When other schools are scaling back, students launch brand new digital newspaper

Students fighting cuts to yearbook

When the University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors decided to cut funding for Nicholls State University La Pirogue yearbook, they got more than perhaps they bargained for. They got Hollyn Millet. Hollyn, a sophomore birth to 5th grade education major, has been serving as editor in chief of the 69-year-old yearbook and leading the […]

San Francisco State University launches The Fake News Watch

Kaylee Fagan spent years putting off the newspaper class required of her at San Francisco State University. She knew she wanted to do something different that didn’t fit with the traditional print product, so she was hesitant to take a class that required her to work at the student newspaper. When she finally signed up […]

Western Kentucky turns successful yearbook into even more successful magazine

Whenever college yearbook folks hear that another college yearbook is being cancelled or transitioned into something like a magazine or table top book, they get nervous. But when it was announced that the Western Kentucky University Talisman was transitioning, it was hard to be nervous when the students and professionals were so excited about what […]

Student editors voice opinions on travel ban

As journalists around the country seek to cover the new administration and its policies, student journalists offer opinions on the effectiveness of the travel ban and its impact on college campuses. Here’s a sampling of what students are saying. Washington State University, The Daily Evergreen http://www.dailyevergreen.com/opinion/article_97f3e3b0-e8f5-11e6-b7d4-c35a378ba3b3.html Northern Illinois University, The Northern Star http://northernstar.info/opinion/fill-in-the-blank-the-immigration-ban-is/article_f439cc6c-ea61-11e6-949e-07658bc5f38a.html Rice University, […]

The Tiger at Clemson scores with special championship edition

When the Clemson Tigers surprised the Alabama Crimson Tide by winning the college football National Championship, the staff of The Tiger surprised themselves by not only covering the game (before even being back on campus), but by producing a special edition in record turnaround time. Most students were still on winter break, the game was […]

Supreme Court nominee has college media background

President Donald Trump on Tuesday selected Neil Gorsuch to fill the Supreme Court seat vacated nearly one year ago by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. Gorsuch, who has served as a federal appeals court judge since 2006, is a Columbia University graduate and its student newspaper the Columbia Spectator covered the announcement. The story, […]

Covering Trump: The Daily Orange takes to Washington

Editor’s note: This article was written by Justin Mattingly, the editor in chief of The Daily Orange, the independent student newspaper at Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York. This is the third in a series showcasing student publications and how they’ve covered one of the most unique elections in United States history. I turned to […]