CAL students have access to multiple media platforms where they can experience all aspects of the creation, exhibition and distribution of content. Many UT media are connected to course work and faculty mentors in the College of Arts and Letters.
The Minaret is the University's student newspaper, published weekly. For information, students should visit The Minaret's office, located on the second floor of Vaughn Center, contact a member of the editorial staff at email@example.com or visit theminaretonline.com.
The University's yearbook, The Moroccan, chronicles each major event of campus life during the academic year. The publication offers opportunities for gaining editorial, business and advertising experience. The Moroccan's office is located on the second floor of Vaughn Center. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neon is the University's student literary magazine and publishes fiction, essays, poetry, drawings and photography. Working with a faculty advisor, the student editorial board selects submissions, designs and produces the magazine. Interested students may apply for a position on the editorial board or staff. Final selection is based on experience and general qualifications. For more information, visit Neon's website or email email@example.com.
Splice Journal showcases innovative works involving communication, art and culture, by UT students and guest contributors. The journal is peer reviewed by an editorial team of faculty and students. To learn more, visit Splice Journal's website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tampa Review celebrates the creative interplay of contemporary literature and the visual arts. Each issue features new art and writing from Florida and around the world, presented in an elegant hardcover format that serves as a gallery space in print.
The University of Tampa Press
The University of Tampa Press extends the educational mission of the University through the publication of works of scholarship, creativity and regional interest. Its publications disseminate the fruits of learning to a wide audience of serious readers both within and beyond the academic institution.
WUTT 1080 AM*
WUTT 1080 AM, the student-run radio station, provides students with an opportunity to gain radio experience. In addition to offering eclectic programming for any musical taste, WUTT also airs student engineered and produced programming. Students may register for a practicum in broadcast and management to receive course credits or may participate as volunteers. Contact the Office of Student Leadership and Engagement or email WUTTSpartanRadio@gmail.com for more information on how to get involved.
UTTV: Spartan Television*
UTTV: Spartan Television is The University of Tampa's student-run television station. It exists to inform and engage the student body and allow discourse between students, administrators and faculty alike. Any and all students, from every major, are welcome to participate in our activities from promotion to production of new content. For information, visit the UTTV website.