Students in the College have a long history of contributing to (and quite often establishing) campus media outlets. Some of these publications have been around for decades, while others have been introduced only in recent years.
The Maroon is a student newspaper published on Tuesdays and Fridays — in print and on the web. Web updates only during Summer Quarter.
The Chicago Weekly is one of the two main student-run newspapers. As the name implies, it is distributed once a week on Wednesday, in conjunction with the Chicago weekly publication New City.
UChicago’s answer to The Onion, the Shady Dealer is the campus satirical newspaper and appears to be published 2, 3, 4, or 6 times a quarter. But not 5, definitely not 5.
This multi-student blog on the Chicago Studies site covers campus and the surrounding Chicago area.
Published once a week in printed form and updated daily online, this progressive magazine tackles student concerns as well as global issues.
This literary journal publishes poetry, prose, and book reviews twice a year (their website is updated more often with blog-style entries) and includes work from established as well as aspiring writers.
This is the place to go when you need to buy (or sell) pretty much anything (including used text books).
Published three times a year (in Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters), this journal presents political and cultural commentary and criticism.
Noyes: Chicago’s Culture Magazine is a student-run culture and style magazine. Published three times a year during Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters.
Formerly known as Aubade, this magazine publishes a wide range of literary genres, including travel writing, photography, and other art works.
College Admissions have a number of sharp-eyed student bloggers writing for them covering all aspects of College life.
Broadcasting at 88.5 FM and streaming live over the Internet, the student-run WHPK features the eclectic mix of music and talk you’d expect from a college radio station.