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Students experience Syracuse University from diverse points-of-view. Student-run media is more than just an opportunity for budding journalists—it’s a platform for students to share their perspectives, experiences and stories on what’s happening across campus and the community.

Student-Run Media

Whether you're studying computer science or media, students from all over the University can be a part of our student-run media channels. The best way to learn is by doing—that’s why we encourage everyone to try reporting, editing, writing or the many other ways to share community stories. Explore any of the platforms, publications or channels below to learn how to get involved:

I became fascinated with history and politics in high school, where I competed on the debate team. I’ve seized on my interests at Syracuse by studying with Maxwell faculty and serving as a political analyst for CitrusTV.

Dominic Chiappone '24 History and Broadcast and Digital Journalism College of Arts and Sciences, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
Dominic Chiappone working on computer outside of the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.
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