The following groups are open to all students. Students who fulfill the necessary prerequisites may be able to earn academic credit while participating in certain media activities. Consult with the appropriate academic department or program for more information.
- KPH Radio provides the Lewis & Clark community with Internet-based audio programming and serves as an outlet for student expression. KPH also hosts regular student performance opportunities and an annual spring music festival. You can listen to KPH Radio here.
- Palatine Hill Review is a student-published annual collection of creative compositions.
- The Meridian Journal of International and Cross-Cultural Perspectives is an annual publication dedicated to providing a forum for student views on international and cross-cultural issues.
- Pause. Journal of Dramatic Literature is an annual dramatic arts journal that promotes the art of playwriting.
- The Mossy Log, Lewis & Clark’s biweekly student newspaper, reports campus and community activities and news of interest to students, faculty, and staff. The paper has opportunities on its staff for students interested in writing, photography, graphic design, art, editing, business, advertising, and promotion. Students may begin working for The Mossy Log at any time during their enrollment at Lewis & Clark. The Mossy Log can also be found online here and print copies can be found throughout campus.
- Synergia Journal of Gender Thought and Expression is an annual journal focused on gender issues and expression.
Lewis & Clark’s Student Media organizations are organized and supported by Student Engagement through the Student Media Board. All student media receive their funding from the Student Media Fee.
L&C’s Student Media Board is very proud to partner with Morel Ink for the publication of our six journals, Oregon Lithoprint for the printing of The Mossy Log, and Mixlr for the streaming of KPH Radio.
The Student Media Board’s bylaws can be found here.