American University is situated in the heart of one of the media capitals of the world, making it the perfect home for the nine student media organizations affiliated with the university. Every organization is completely student-run, and open to all students at AU regardless of school, class, or major. Whether you’re into print or broadcast journalism, creative or opinion writing, photography or filmography, DJing or directing, you’re certain to find a creative outlet that’s right for you!
Our Student Media Organizations
American Literary (AmLit) is American University’s literary magazine and creative arts outlet on campus. The magazine is published twice a year, and features poetry, short prose, photos, and art submitted by the campus community.
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American Word (AmWord) is American University’s news magazine, published monthly. Its sections include The Word (Opinions), Politics, Lifestyle, Entertainment, and Sports & Fitness. AmWord is a great opportunity for students to flex their writing skills and have their work published.
American Television (ATV) is American University’s student-run television station, which broadcasts 24/7 on campus cable channels 2 and 15, and streams online. ATV produces nearly a dozen shows, and provides students with a unique environment to gain hands-on experience working in the fields of video production and broadcast journalism.
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American Way Of Life (AWOL) is a progressive magazine run by American University students. AWOL exists to ignite campus discussion of social, cultural, and political issues, and serve as an outpost for students to explore solutions to local and global problems.
The Eagle is American University’s award-winning undergraduate student newspaper, in circulation since 1925. The newspaper publishes a print edition every Tuesday during the academic year, and publishes news and features online during the week.
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Her Campus AU
Her Campus is the #1 online magazine for college women. With content on Style, Beauty, Health, Love, Life, and Career, Her Campus serves as a hub for everything college women need to know about today. Her Campus American University is AU’s student-run campus branch of the publication.
The Talon is the student-produced yearbook at American University. First published in 1926, the yearbook includes news stories and photos depicting the students, events, academics, trends, and world events of the year.
WVAU is American University’s student-run internet radio station. WVAU broadcasts online 24/7, covering the best in indie, hip-hop, electronica, experimental, jazz, folk, world music, and more. WVAU’s members include over 80 DJs and volunteers, offering a unique musical perspective you won’t find anywhere else.
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