The main student media organizations at Washington & Jefferson College provide a professional, fun experience to interested students. These organizations are open to all enrolled students at W&J; students do not need to be enrolled in a specific course or major to be eligible to join.
The student newspaper at Washington & Jefferson College publishes once per week. Students are involved in every aspect of the publication, from writing and photography to layout and advertising sales.
The 1500-watt radio station, a collaborative effort between the Department of Theatre and Communication and the Student Activities, Involvement & Leadership Office invites students to take part in a real-world broadcasting experience. Historically, student DJs have hosted far-ranging programs, from talk to rock, and from country to jazz. In the Washington area, tune in to 91.7 fm to hear us, or listen online.
The Pandora is the yearbook of Washington & Jefferson College, produced entirely by students.
No experience is required for W&J students to take part in any of these organizations, no matter what your major is.