The VCU Student Media Center (SMC) houses various media outlets all run and produced by students as student media organizations.
We offer opportunities for involvement in a variety of interests.
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Participation in any of the student media organizations is open to all students, regardless of major or class level. If you’re interested in joining one of our student media organizations, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 publish frequently at commonwealthtimes.org.
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 at wvcw.org and on our app.
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 at pwatem.com.
The student-run features magazine covering the fashion, art, music and culture worlds at VCU and in Richmond. Published annually in print and updated regularly online at inkmagazinevcu.com.
The online-only, student-run fashion and style website reports local events but also details style trends while uncovering local design talent. Features available at rivercityfashionuprising.com.
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. Published annually in print and also found online at amendmentvcu.com.
The student-run comics anthology showcases a collection of student-produced comics in each themed issue. Published annually in print, with expanded digital versions available online at emanatacomics.com.
Mercury Video lives for complex creative video projects. The student-run group produces short films, YouTube videos, game shows, and more to help bring student ideas to life. See more at mercuryvideo.org.