How would our student leaders describe their student media organizations and student-run initiatives? We’ll let them explain.
Throughout the year, Elon students produce a weekly student newspaper, broadcast an evening newscast, air an FM radio station, produce entertainment content through Elon Student Television, and publish a yearbook for campus distribution.
Live Oak Communications
Live Oak Communications is Elon’s award-winning, student-run communications agency.
elondocs is a community of students, faculty, and filmmakers interested in producing high-quality documentaries for screening and distribution.
Students take their classroom lessons and put them into practice through several on-campus communications organizations.
FreshTV is an accelerated training program that prepares students to be successful in the many areas of communications.
Elon Sports Vision
Formerly named Maroon Sports, the School of Communications student organization partners with Elon Athletics to broadcast and livestream sporting events. It also produces “Elon Phoenix Weekly,” regionally broadcast on Spectrum, and the “One on One Sports” talk show.
In the last two decades esports has become a billion-dollar industry, with millions of fans and competitors across the globe. And there are plenty of opportunities to compete in, broadcast and create esports on campus.
The production hub website is designed to give students, faculty and staff a one-stop location for information about production gear and workshops.
Awards and Competitions
School of Communications students regularly participate in annual competitions related to their fields of study — in some cases competing for cash prizes.
Unity in Communications
The School of Communications’ on-campus initiative supports students interested in enhancing diversity and inclusion in the communications and sport management industries.
The Women of the Elon Entertainment Empire – more widely known by the acronym WEEE – is a networking group for Elon alumnae working in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles and Elon undergraduate students interested in entertainment careers.
In conjunction with the Sport Management Society, Women Influencers in Sport (WINS) offers regular programming to encourage the development and education of female students studying sport management.