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.
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.
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, prose, photography, art and short film submitted by the campus community.
The Blackprint is an online and print publication at American University. We serve as a platform for raising minority issues and an amplifier of marginalized voices. As a part of student media board, our primary goal is to inform people of what’s going on in their school community, keep them up to date with the latest cultural happenings, cover local events, and highlight the work of student leaders. We invite all minds and majors on this endless journey to stay honest, stay brilliant and #staywoke.
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 a student-run campus branch of the publication.
The Photo Collective is a community of photographers at American University, aimed at connecting student photographers with opportunities regarding photography. The Photo Collective hosts workshops, guest speakers, portfolio reviews, and goes on photo excursions in addition to an end-of-semester student photography exhibition.
WVAU is American University's student-run internet radio station. WVAU broadcasts online, 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.