Clubs, Activities and Student Publications
Mass Communication students have the opportunity to take part in numerous clubs and other activities.
American Advertising Federation
The American Advertising Federation provides students with current advertising information and skills that better prepare them for jobs in the industry.
National Broadcasting Society
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.
Society for Collegiate JournalistsThe 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.
Navajo Oral History Project
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 Wellness Blog is a student-led blog focused primarily on campus health and wellness.