Communications: Student Media
Through student media, School of Communications students have many opportunities to hone their skills in writing, reporting, producing, and editing. Whether choosing newspaper, radio, magazine, or video, students gain valuable hands-on experience.
Read Webster University's student newspaper, The Journal, online for news about Webster, sports, entertainment, and campus life. The Journal is a winner of the prestigious Pacemaker Award presented to top college newspapers and is published bi-weekly from September to May.
Listen to the Galaxy Radio, a fully-operational campus radio station with the most up-to-date technology. Through the Galaxy Radio club, students can host their own programs or take on leadership roles as diverse as general manager, sports director, promotions director, or web master.
Idea Tree Media is a student-run production group that works on client media projects. We are excited about this brand new School of Communications venture. More information about Idea Tree Media is coming soon.
Read the Ampersand, Webster University's student-produced magazine. Or experience the Ampersand app available from the iTunes and Google Play stores.The content, which focuses on student life, is created by a class of students dedicated to producing the Ampersand.