News7 is Northern Vermont University-Lyndon's on-campus news studio where electronic journalism arts majors work to hone their craft. While in the studio, students produce real news stories for real audiences around the region.
This incubator of professional learning gives our students career-ready experiences as they develop skills in news gathering, writing, and broadcasting for local and online viewers. News7 is one of only thirty campus-based live and daily broadcasts in the U.S., which gives our students a leg up when they graduate.
The Critic is a news outlet dedicated to serving the NVU-Lyndon community by providing quality journalistic and editorial content through various platforms. The Critic Staff delivers a range of opinions while keeping a high standard of journalistic integrity and self-respect. Any students interested in media, news, or digital communciations are welcome to join!
Society of Professional Journalism (SPJ)/Alliance for Women in Media (AWM)
The Society of Professional Journalists and Alliance for Women in Media are student chapters of the national organizations that seek to inspire individuals to become dedicated journalists and teach them about the field. Students who are majoring in a media-related field or are in one of the campus media clubs such as The Critic or WWLR can join. Chapter projects include annual conferences, fund raisers for award submissions, bringing speakers to campus, organizing trips to radio and television stations.
WWLR Radio Station
WWLR, 91.5 FM, is a completely student-run club, and is a member of NVU-Lyndon’s Student Government Association.
Broadcasting from the top of Vail Hill near the President’s House, with an output of 3,000 watts, WWLR is a freeform community radio station. Faculty, staff, and students can play whatever music they choose. From hip-hop to metal, from reggae to rock, country to contemporary, WWLR has it all.