Apprentice House's mission is, first and foremost, to educate students about the book publishing process. As a program within Loyola's Communication department, it is driven by student work conducted in three courses: Introduction to Book Publishing, Book Design and Production, and Book Marketing and Promotion. Therefore, students in these courses serve as staff in Apprentice House's acquisitions, design, and marketing departments, respectively. After students move on, AH professor-managers (and members of the AH Book Publishing Club) sustain the on-going operation of the company and market its frontlist and backlist titles.
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GreyComm Studios broadcasts over the campus cable system. The station is accessible throughout the campus, including the various residence halls. GreyComm provides its students an opportunity to gain experience in the field of broadcast and media production. We operate throughout the entire school year and welcome students from all disciplines. We work toward fulfilling the Jesuit motto of Ad Maiorem de Glorium (For the Greater Glory of God) through fostering an environment in which all students, faculty, and staff can create quality programming that best reflects the diversity of Loyola.
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Started in 1927, The Greyhound serves as the Loyola University Maryland student newspaper. Approximately 3,000 copies of the newspaper are distributed each Tuesday of the academic year at the Evergreen, Timonium, and Columbia campuses. The Greyhound is written, edited, and staffed by a team of Loyola undergraduate students with the help and guidance of communications department faculty. The Greyhound primarily covers campus and local news with sections in each issued dedicated to Sports, Arts & Society, and Opinion/Editorial views of the student editors.
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WLOY, Loyola’s student-run radio station, broadcasts 365 days a year, is nationally ranked among the top 10 college radio stations by mtvU and has received national awards for programs, student production and community outreach. The station provides an outstanding learning environment for students, regardless of academic major, and allows them to showcase their talent, skill and creativity. Whether a student wishes to be behind the microphone or behind the scenes, WLOY offers great opportunities. WLOY can be found locally on 1620AM, or globally via the internet. WLOY is among the few college radio stations available through iTunes.
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The Evergreen Annual
The Evergreen annual is the student yearbook. A team of students edit, write and photograph most of the memorable events of each year. Highlights of the sports programs and many social, educational, and cultural activities are included with faculty and senior student photographs.
Published annually, The Forum is a compilation of essays written by undergraduate students. The contributions selected each year for inclusion represent works by underclassmen from an array majors. The magazine is edited and designed by a team of students for spring publication.
The Garland is the art and literature magazine of Loyola University Maryland. Published annually, it is an anthology of poetry, photography, and fictional stories contributed by the undergraduate student body. With guidance of a faculty advisor, students select and edit the creative works to be included in the volume published each spring.