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The VCU Student Media Center (SMC) houses various media outlets managed and produced by students as student media organizations.

We offer opportunities for involvement in a variety of interests, including but not limited to:

Participation in any student media organization is open to all students, regardless of major or class level. If you’re interested in joining one of our student media organizations, email join@vcustudentmedia.com.

Amendment

This student-run literary and art journal publishes student works that discuss or explore topical social issues. Topics include; race, gender, sexuality, mental health, environment, religion, injustice, crime and inequality. Amendment publishes annually in print and also found online.

About Amendment

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The Commonwealth Times

The Commonwealth Times, established in 1969, is VCU's award-winning, student-run newspaper. Articles cover news, sports, opinion and culture. Print editions hit campus stands weekly, and online articles are published frequently.

About the CT

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Emanata

The student-run comics anthology showcases a collection of student-produced comics in each themed issue. Emanata publishes annually in print, with expanded digital versions available online.

About Emanata

Read Emanata

Ink Magazine

The student-run features magazine covers the fashion, art, music, and culture worlds at VCU and Richmond. Ink publishes annually in print and updated regularly online.

About Ink

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Pwatem

You might remember Pwatem as Poictesme but, did you know the name comes from the fantastical land created by novelist James Branch Cabell? The student-run journal has showcased the literary and artistic works of VCU students for more than a decade. The journal, published annually in print, is also online.

About Pwatem

Read Pwatem

River City Fashion

The online-only, student-run fashion and style website reports local events and details style trends while uncovering local design talent. Features available online.

About RCF

Read RCF

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WVCW Radio

The student-run radio station features an eclectic mix of indie and specialty music, talk shows and award-winning local music video series like the Chalkboard Sessions. The station broadcasts online 24/7 and on their app.

About WVCW

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