Loyola University Chicago

School of Communication

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Student Media

WLUW 88.7 FM is the student-run independent, non-commercial radio station broadcasting from the School of Communication at Loyola University Chicago. WLUW is dedicated to broadcasting independent music and informative talk programming 24 hours a day, seven days a week and streams worldwide. You can also catch WLUW at nearly every Chicago music festival! WLUW seeks to provide the leading college radio experience in Chicago. No experience is needed and all majors are welcome to apply.  


The Loyola Phoenix
 is the official student newspaper of Loyola University Chicago. The Phoenix is published on Wednesdays during the school year and is distributed on the Lake Shore and Water Tower campuses and is available online. In 2015, the Phoenix was named the nation’s best college weekly newspaper by the Society of Professional Journalists. The Phoenix is continually seeking students who want to become involved in producing the paper. All majors are welcome.

Rambler Sports Locker is Loyola's first, and only student-run weekly television program. The group meets every Thursday afternoon to produce a show on all things sports. RSL is open to all majors from all backgrounds who want to learn about broadcast production. No experience is necessary, just a willingness to learn and have fun. Check out @LoyolaRSL on TwitterFacebook, or YouTube!

The Gull is the only place you’ll find intentional humor on campus. If you’re interested in writing, graphic design, photo editing, copy editing, or anything else, we’re interested in you! Email us at thegullnews@gmail.com or submit an application on our website.


Rambler Roundup
 is Loyola's student-produced video show featuring news, culture, entertainment and sports on Loyola's campuses and around the city of Chicago. Please contact Jamason Chen, SoC Manager of Technology, or Eleni Prillaman, SoC Student Media Manager, to join Rambler Roundup.


Kettle Camp Studios
 is a student run production company at Loyola that works every semester to write, produce, shoot, edit, and distribute an original, narrative web-series or short film. All experience levels, backgrounds, and production interest are welcome. By establishing a culture of professionalism, responsibility, and hard work, they’ve built a team of passionate creators who are dedicated to their cause and dedicated to each other. Their mission is to learn, their goal is to have fun, and their responsibility is to get better every day. For more information, please contact kettlecampstudios@gmail.com or Jim Collins.


For questions about student media, please contact the SoC Student Media Manager, Eleni Prillaman, at eprillaman@luc.edu.