CAMPUS NEWSPAPER - OAK LEAVES
Students interested in journalism can be part of the Oak Leaves, Manchester University's newspaper, associated with Manchester's Department of English. Students write articles and serve as editors, photographers, layout designers, and all capacities related to newspaper publishing.
RADIO WBKE 89.5 FM
Manchester University's own student-run radio station. WBKE has positions for DJs, station manager, sports director, news director, etc., and is open to all students. Visit the WBKE Web Page.
DIGITAL EDITING CENTER
Many communication studies majors create video and audio projects in the Digital Editing Center. It has six digital editing systems, space for group projects, and the latest digital cameras, audio recorders, and lighting systems.
For more information about Communication Studies at Manchester University, please contact:
Dr. Judd A. Case
Chair, Department of Communication Studies