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There is strong interest in media at Emory. Student publications consistently earn national awards from the Associated Collegiate Press and Columbus Scholastic Press Association, as well as regional and state honors from the Southeast Journalism Conference and Georgia Collegiate Press Association. Students may work in any phase of journalism, including writing, editing, advertising, sales, photography, and layout.

The Emory Wheel

The Emory Wheel is the University's nationally acclaimed, twice-weekly student newspaper. It covers the gamut of campus news with sections devoted to news, features, editorials, sports, and arts/entertainment.

The Dean's Letter

The Dean's Letter is a monthly publication of the Dean's office designed to enhance communication among the dean and the faculty, staff, and students of the School of Medicine. www.whsc.emory.edu_pubs/deans/letters/som/current

The Styloid Process

The Styloid Process is a student-written compendium of prose and poetry.

The Lullwater Review

The Lullwater Review is Emory's nationally recognized literary review. It features poetry and fiction by nationally known and local writers and includes exceptional work by Emory students.

The Spoke

The Spoke began as a parody of the Emory Wheel, and is now one of the few college humor magazines in existence today. It features parodies of well-known publications and free-form humor.

Daydreamer's Guide To Emory

This guide introduces students and their families to Atlanta with information about everything from campus life to spiritual life to nightlife.

Emory Political Review

Provides nonpartisan discussion of past, current, and future domestic and foreign political issues. Welcomes writers, editors, and designers.


This campus cable channel features student programming, movies, slides, and other fare. EV supports and produces student shows with funding, expertise, and equipment. Learn to film live events, use editing software, and more. For additional information visit Vision.

Hybrid Vigor

Promotes the role of science in everyday life by examining scientific issues through a multidisciplinary approach. Produces both a print and online edition. Work as an editor, writer, technology editor (web/layout), or photographer. For additional information visit vigor.


WMRE broadcasts over the Internet and campus cable channel. Host your own show, learn to operate studio equipment, and promote concerts. For additional information visit