Clubs, Activities and Student Publications
Mass Communication students have the opportunity to take part in numerous clubs and other activities:
|The American Advertising Federation provides students with current advertising information and skills that better prepare them for jobs in the industry.|
|The National Broadcasting Society encourages and rewards scholarship and accomplishment among electronic media students.
|The Public Relations Student Society of America organizes events and hears from PR professionals currently working in the field.
|The Society for Collegiate Journalists encourages and recognizes student excellence, organizes campus speakers and projects and champions student media causes.
|The KQAL 89.5 radio station is student-staffed and any student on campus can be involved in the station, which also is the radio home of the WSU Warriors.
|Winona360 is the department's web-based media project that offers stories and photos focusing on Winona and the Upper Mississippi River Valley region. Material is generated by students in Mass Communication classes.|
|The Navajo Oral History project,
a three-week summer program, produces documentaries on the lives and
wisdom of Navajo elders. Faculty members and students from WSU and the
Navajo Nation’s Dine College in Arizona work together.
|The Winonan is a student-led newspaper that provides WSU with monthly publications available in various locations around campus.
|The Wellzine is a student-led magazine focused primarily on campus health and wellness.