Alloy Literary Magazine is a student-run publication featuring works of poetry, prose, art, and photography from Emory undergraduate students. Our aim is to represent the many faces, voices, and visions of Emory’s talented artists and writers. Alloy is published annually in the spring. Find us on Twitter at AlloyLitMag!
Black Star Magazine
We are Black Star Magazine, the first and only black student publication at Emory University. We publish one magazine per semester and produce weekly digital content at blackstaremory.com. For more, “like” us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and take a peek at our previous issues.
Emory Journal of International Affairs
The Emory Journal of International Affairs (EJIA) is an undergraduate online blog and print journal that publishes both opinion-editorial pieces and longer-form academic articles from Emory University undergraduate students on important international issues. EJIA’s articles address a wide range of international topics, including the histories, developments and future impacts of international affairs. The journal strives to foster dialogue and debate about international affairs in the Emory community and amongst our wider readership.
Emory Undergraduate Research Journal
The Emory Undergraduate Research Journal (EURJ) was founded in Spring 2005 and chronicles the research achievements of Emory University undergraduates. In addition, the journal provides insight on research opportunities, events, and issues affecting research at Emory and beyond. EURJ is a multi-discipline journal and accepts material from any area of interest as long as it meets the standards set forth by the journal.
ETV is Emory’s only student-run television station. We’re a community of student filmmakers who take part in every aspect of production, whether it be acting, directing, screenwriting, or editing. We hold screenings, film talks, and training sessions where students can hone their technical skills. No film experience necessary – just a passion to create and collaborate with other students!
Generation Response is Emory’s sustainability and social justice publication. Our mission is to facilitate discussion, generate interest and create awareness of relevant environmental and humanitarian issues. We are a platform for showcasing sustainability movements and social justice concerns on all scales, including showcasing an event on Emory’s campus or highlighting a globally organized event. We hope that through writing and visual art, we can inform and connect the general student body to social justice and environmental issues and catalyze a transformation from negligence to understanding.
Website Link: http://www.generationresponse.wordpress.com
Her Campus Emory, a branch of HerCampus.com, is an online magazine targeted towards the collegiate women of Emory with features on Campus News, Fashion, Events, Profiles, and even Campus Cuties! Her Campus Emory is a place for the women of Emory to get personalized information about what’s happening on their campus. As a branch of HerCampus.com, the content of Her Campus Emory is written by Emory students, and is a supplement to the national content of HerCampus.com that is created for college women everywhere.
Lullwater Review is Emory University’s nationally recognized student-run literary journal founded in 1990. We receive submissions year-round of poetry and prose from writers across the country and publish twice an academic year. We accept art work in all media and work to foster a connection with writers in the local community. We also publish reviews of books and poetry anthologies on our website.
Email for contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org
the pulse: anthology of the arts strives to realize the pulse of Emory in the form of a tangible book, while uniting work from writers and artists across campus, regardless of major, school, or career path. We are a literary journal, a creative space, a canvas, a community, and a rallying cry. We are the pulse of Emory… it’s our job to keep it alive. Get to know who we are and what we do at www.theemorypulse.com.
The Sino-Emory Newsletter (SEN) mainly focuses on the lives of Chinese students and further exploration of Chinese language and culture. The SEN reports and comments on the latest news happened at Emory and provides valuable resources of Chinese language and culture. The SEN advances public understanding of China through publication of Chinese literature, introduction of Chinese History and language workshop.
Our website is www.sinoemory.com
Facebook page is www.facebook.com/sinoemory
“The Emory Spoke is Emory’s official satirical publication. Our goal is to delight Emory students with humorous articles as well as to encourage critical thinking about questionable administrative policies and social norms. We write works of satire, organize pranks, create parody magazines, and more.”
WMRE is Emory Student Radio: An entirely student run radio station that broadcasts online and on Emory cable. We put on multiple concerts each semester including our Fall Localsfest and Spring Band Party. We also put out a bi-semester music and culture magazine called Frequency, which is accompanied by an online blog. Please visit us at www.wmre.fm for further information – we welcome all students.