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Let your voice be heard by joining one of our literary publications or media organizations.
Cover the campus news, run your own radio show or help publish annual literary magazines and journals.
As a DJ on WQSU-FM's airways, you'll be the radio voice of Susquehanna University.
It doesn't matter what major you are ... all students are welcome to join the staff of WQSU-FM, The Pulse! Whether you're a station DJ or a member of the management staff, you'll gain hands-on experience running one of the largest college radio stations in Pennsylvania.
No prior experience with radio is required. The proper tools and training will be provided before you start.Read More
More Publications & Media Clubs
Apprentice Writer—A student-edited literary magazine that accepts entries from secondary school students
Essay Magazine—A publication that features creative writing and photography
Flagship—A publication that features creative work and photography that focuses on students' GO program experiences
FUSE—A national network for student editors and writers, founded by our Writers Institute, to foster visionary literary magazine work.
The Lanthorn—The annual yearbook
PRSSA—Professional development and networking opportunities for students interested in public relations.
Rivercraft—A literary journal that publishes fiction, poetry and artwork
Sanctuary—A literary magazine dedicated to fantasy, sci-fi and speculative fiction
The Squirrel—A student-run newspaper that offers a humorous, critical, and constructive perspective on the news.
Sterling Communication—Student PR firm that provides "real-life" experience by applying classroom theories and creativity to various jobs on and off campus.
SU Screen Writing Club—Learn about script writing and to workshop your own scripts.
The Susquehanna Review—A national literature journal featuring the work of undergraduate writers from across the United States
Transformations—A student-published journal showcasing work by Susquehanna students across all departments.
The Quill—Our student-run newspaper