Student Media Recognition Event Group Photo of Clamor, Husky Herald and UWave Radio student and alumni participants

Students involved in Student Media as part of Clamor Literary & Arts Journal, the Husky Herald news publication or UWave Radio have the opportunity to get hands on experience in book publishing, interviewing, reporting, broadcasting, video, photography, audio editing and article writing. Students will also gain valuable experience in working with off-campus vendors, collaborating with other student groups, marketing, and hosting events throughout the year on campus. Student work that is created as part of Student Media is professionally produced and circulated throughout the UW Bothell community. These three groups often collaborate and work together, they each meet on different days throughout the week in Husky Hall, HH 1210, please stop by and join us!

Clamor Literary & Arts Journal

A couple of Clamor editors preparing the newly released journals to pass out during the Clamor launch partyFor students who are interested in being part of the journal production process from reviewing art submissions to layout, taking photographs of art pieces, corresponding with contributors and planning the book release party, Clamor is a great place to develop essential skills in printing and production. If you're a poet, photographer, painter, drawer or any other type of artist, Clamor is a great place to have your original work published and shared a larger community. Our purpose is to support and promote captivating, inspiring, and lively art in the forms of visual, literary and media work. We provide artists and authors with publication and exhibition opportunities through our print edition and our website. We foster community by reaching beyond the UW Bothell campus borders for creative works and by offering audiences quality reading, viewing and listening experiences. Clamor provides the opportunity to learn about publishing through the University of Washington Bothell’s Literary and Arts Journal.  Students gain skills in communication, assessing and editing literary texts, layout design, technology for creating and distributing multimedia work, project management and teamwork. Clamor weeks weekly throughout the academic year on Tuesdays from 3:30pm - 5:30pm in HH 1210. 

    Facebook @uwbclamor Clamor Editorial Board member standing in front of his art piece submission holding the 2017 edition of Clamor that his piece is featured in

    Twitter @ClamorJournal

    Instagram @uwb_clamor

    Visit Clamor online at https://clamor-journal.com

 

Husky Herald

2017 Husky Herald Participant group photoIf you're a photographer or writer the Husky Herald is the perfect place to build your portfolio and put your skills to work. Students looking to go into journalism or any other aspect of the news industry can confidently build a competitive resume with the experience they gain as a part of the Husky Herald. Even if you're not a "writer" the group is always looking to expand the IT/Design team which works on designing and formatting each issue of the print newspaper. The Husky Herald is also a great place  for those interested in developing their web design skills, to help keep the Husky Herald's online news site update. The Husky Herald is UW Bothell's main source of news and student opinion. We provide students with writing and publication opportunities through our print newspaper edition and our website. We foster community by reaching beyond the UW Bothell campus borders for compelling stories and by offering audiences quality reading experiences. The Husky Herald provides the opportunity to learn about print publishing through the University of Washington Bothell’s student-run newspaper. Students gain skills in communication, assessing and editing literary texts, layout design, technology for creating and distributing multimedia work, project management and teamwork! The Husky Herald meets weekly throughout the academic year and is open to volunteer participants from 4:30pm - 5:30pm in HH 1210

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Twitter @HuskyHeraldUWB

UWave Radio

UWave Student at outdoor event wearning headphones while playing music on a turntable mixerIf you love music then join the music lovers at UWave Radio where you can get experience in operating a community radio station in any of our four departments: Business, Programming, Promotions and Technology. Whether you want to host your own live show, DJ at our events or simply learn how to use a mixing board, UWave Radio is the place to visit. UWave Radio is the campus-based community station of the Bothell area and beyond. We are a center for community engagement, a hub for underrepresented voices and music, an environment for professional development, and a catalyst for social justice. a community media resource at the University of Washington Bothell. Created by and for students, the station is a platform for diverse musical tastes and intellectual passions. We answer and tend to the interests of the student body and the community. UWave Radio meets weekly on Fridays from 1:15pm - 3:15pm in HH 1210 

   Facebook @uwaveradio UWave Radio participants in broadcasting studio, wearing headphones while speaking into a microphone

   Instagram @uwaveradio

   Snapchat: UWave Radio

   Listen online, book us at event or find more ways to get involved at

   uwave.fm