Student Media trains and educates students through hands-on experiences and informs the campus with a variety of student-run broadcast, digital, online and print media. The skills and proficiencies gained in working in Student Media develop from out-of-classroom experiences that expand upon knowledge gained from professors and textbooks.
Student Media is home to Alice, Bama Life, Black Warrior Review, The Crimson White, Marr’s Field Journal, Nineteen Fifty-Six, Southern Historian and WVUA-FM. Students can also get involved in the marketing and sales teams at Student Media.
Students who work with Student Media gain career-building skills: communications, public speaking, leadership, sales/presentation, social media, management, writing/editing, layout/design, time management, teamwork, and decision-making, among others.
and Face The Nation each week.
Former Crimson White editor Jan Crawford is the senior legal and political analyst for CBS News and appears frequently on the network’s Face the Nation broadcast.
The UA Media Planning Board has opened applications for student leaders for the 2022-2023 year for the following positions: Editor-in-Chief, Alice; Editor-in-Chief, The Crimson White; Editor, Marr’s Field Journal; Editor-in-Chief, Nineteen Fifty-Six; Editor, Southern Historian; Managing Editor, Southern Historian; and Station Manager, WVUA-FM.
Applications are due Feb. 7 and Feb. 9. See application for details.