With a nod to our friends at the Elon News Network and its wonderful tradition, this website chronicles the travels of Georgia State students learning at media conventions. Whether driving to the state's press institute or flying across the
country for national conventions, Student Media benefits from the knowledge and networking that these events present. Our blog captures the live impressions our students get from the conferences they attend- what they're learning, who they've met and what they want to learn more about.
Every now and again, they'll share some neat tidbits about the cities and campuses they visit as well!
Student Media at Georgia State University includes six organizations: Album 88, Digital Media Group, GSTV, New South, The Signal, and Underground. These groups provide students with opportunities to produce audio, video, print journalism, and literature.
This page does not reflect or represent the views of WRAS-Atlanta, Georgia State University, or the University System of Georgia. For the official WRAS website, go to www.wras.org. For the official Georgia State University website, go to www.gsu.edu. The official website for Georgia State Student Media is studentmedia.gsu.edu
RECENT HONORS FOR STUDENT MEDIA
In February 2017, the Georgia College Press Association (GCPA) awarded 21 Top 3 rankings to The Signal/Collegian (former Perimeter College newspaper) at its Better Newspapers awards ceremony, including seven 1st place rankings in individual categories.
- In the 2016 Best of the South journalism contest, Georgia State Student Media ranked in 17 categories, including ranking 1st in the College Newspaper category (The Signal) and 1st in College Journalist of the Year (Lauren Booker). These honors were presented at the 2017 South East Journalism Conference (SEJC).
In the 2017 SEJC Onsite Journalism Contest, the Georgia State team ranked 1st, including these individual rankings:
Ranked 1st, feature writing (Lauren Booker)
Ranked 1st, sports writing (Rashad Milligan)
Ranked 2nd, page layout (Khoa Tran)
Ranked 2nd, radio news reporting (Ayesha Abid)
Ranked 2nd in anchoring (Breana Albizu)
Ranked 3rd in current events (Troi Charity)