Share your voice, shape our dialogue
Aspiring media professionals will find plenty of opportunities at Notre Dame to share their talents, hone their craft, and prepare for a rewarding career in the media.
Scholastic: Write, edit, or design for Scholastic, the nation’s longest continuously running collegiate publication. The monthly news magazine is a multiple winner of the “News Magazine of the Year” award from the Indiana Collegiate Press Association
NDtv: Channel 53 on Notre Dame campus cable features student-created and produced content ranging from Irish Bachelorette to Dining In to NDtv News, a bi-weekly newscast covering recent campus events.
WVFI: This student-run, Internet-broadcasted radio station offers more than 130 students the opportunity to create original programming, share their favorite new music, and get real-world radio experience.
WSNDFM: While WVFI features primarily indie rock, WSNDFM focuses on fine arts and classical music, broadcasting to the Michiana area on 88.9.
The Observer: The Observer is the student-run, daily print and online newspaper serving Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s. Editorially independent of the University, the organization was founded in 1966.
Dome: Help document the year in student life for the Dome, which has been Notre Dame’s yearbook since 1906. Photographers, designers, editors and writers contribute to a product that will last a lifetime.
The Juggler: The best ND student poetry, fiction, photography and artwork is featured in this biannual literary magazine. Edit, design or just contribute your creative work.