Student Media

Your words will shape how the next generation views the world. Find your voice with student media at STLCC.

Student Media

Hone your craft at STLCC

Whether it’s broadcast, journalism or creative writing, we have an outlet for you to refine your skills with award-winning publications, while developing a portfolio of published work.

Begin your career in journalism

The Forum

Florissant Valley The voice of Florissant Valley, the Forum is a member of the Associated Collegiate Press and Missouri College Media Association. To get involved, contact the faculty advisor: Renee Thomas-Woods
rthomaswoods@stlcc.edu
314-513-4465

The Scene

Forest Park This award-winning paper has received top honors in Missouri College Media Association awards. Contact the faculty sponsor for more information: Kristy Arbon
the_scene_fp@yahoo.com
314-644-9140

The Montage

Meramec Winner of Best Overall Newspaper among two-year schools in by the Missouri College Media Association, the Montage is the official paper of our Meramec campus. To get involved, contact the faculty sponsor: Shannon Philpott-Sanders
ssanders147@stlcc.edu
314-984-7857
female in Florissant Valley radio station

89.5 The Wave

Whether you want to inform or entertain, we can help you get your voice over the air. KCFV-FM “The Wave” is a student-run radio station that gives you hands-on broadcasting experience. Our 100 watt radio station has been serving the surrounding community since 1972.

 

For more information or to get involved, contact Paul Huddleston at phuddleston@stlcc.edu or at 314-513-4463.

Get published

Currents magazine

Showcase your creativity by submitting your work for publication in Currents, the Meramec’s literary publication. This annual magazine publishes works of poetry, fiction, drama and creative essays written by students.

Submit your work to Richard Long at rlong@stlcc.edu.

 

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