Student Media Groups

Our student-run radio station and publications provide students with opportunities to develop their professional skills in broadcasting, reporting, feature writing, photography, advertising, graphic design, public relations, and more.

Suffolk Free Radio (SFR)

Suffolk Free Radio is Suffolk University’s student-run radio station, broadcasting to various locations throughout campus as well as online. The radio station consists of an executive board and approximately 60 DJs who showcase their talent throughout the week playing a variety of music from many genres. Students are afforded the opportunity to acquire technical and professional skills in broadcasting and management in a fun and inviting atmosphere. Involvement with the station compliments learning inside the classroom through leadership opportunities and hands-on experience outside of class. Suffolk Free Radio introduces students to radio production while offering the Suffolk community a wide range of entertainment and programming. The station gives members the chance to gain valuable experience and expertise in the broadcasting field.

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The Suffolk Journal

The Suffolk Journal is the premier means of receiving information on campus for Suffolk University students, faculty, staff, and community members. The Journal reaches over 2,500 readers each week.

Managed and produced entirely by undergraduate students, the Journal is committed to providing the best news coverage, both on and off campus, entertainment and sports stories, editorials, and reviews.

Established in 1936, the Journal has a proud tradition of being the on-campus information leader, a sounding board of student opinions, and an educational resource for students wishing to make a career in media. Staff members gain valuable experience in reporting, Associated Press style, copy editing, leadership, photography, page design, layout, production, business management, advertising, graphic design, and public relations.

The Journal has received numerous campus and national awards, including the Associated Collegiate Press’s Pacemaker, which is awarded to the top six weekly student newspapers at four-year colleges and universities across the nation.

Venture Literary Magazine

Venture is the annual student-run literary and arts magazine. Founded in 1967, the magazine features in each issue approximately 60 pages of poetry, short stories, articles, photography, and artwork contributed by members of the Suffolk community including faculty, staff, and students. All community members are welcome to submit material for inclusion in the magazine.

The Suffolk Voice

The Voice is Suffolk University's student-run 24-hour online news resource. Since 2006, The Voice has been committed to covering and uncovering stories that inform and pique the interest of Suffolk students, faculty, and the greater Suffolk community. The Voice strives to deliver the news through greater and more creative mediums, including online video, audio, interactive news media, and broadcast journalism. The Voice is located in the Sawyer Building, Room 324C. For more information, email The Voice or follow on Twitter and Facebook.

WSUB Productions

WSUB gives students interested in the electronic media the opportunity to learn technical and professional aspects of video production while giving them hands-on experience producing news, entertainment, and sports programming. All segments are student-produced and are shown in specified locations on campus including SUTV Channel 72 in both Miller Hall and the 150 Tremont Residence Hall. WSUB is a student-run communications organization.

Student publications, the student broadcasting system, and the student press are all valuable aids in establishing and maintaining an atmosphere of free and responsible discussion and of intellectual exploration on campus. They are a means of bringing student concerns to the attention of the faculty and the institutional authorities and of formulating student opinion on various issues around the campus and the world at large. Students interested in getting involved with any of the media groups may stop by the Student Leadership & Involvement Office or contact the organization directly.