Get your voice heard! Whether you're interested in writing, editing, photography, film or broadcasting, the college supports many multimedia organizations and clubs.
Al Naba' Arab Studies Journal
Al Naba' is an annually published journal of essays and photography related to the Middle East and greater Arabic speaking diaspora. Topics include post-colonial theory, public health, international politics, literature, and more. All of the content is produced by students as they travel abroad and conduct their own independent research projects.
The goal of Ceteris Paribus is to provide students with an opportunity to write about economic and financial issues. It aims to serve as a legitimate, fair, and interesting source of economic news and perspectives for college students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
Exit 30 Literary Magazine
Exit 30 seeks to provide Davidson students (from all majors) with the opportunity to be published in a literary magazine that offers a higher quality of work in a smaller volume, so as to be more easily accessible to our busy student populace, and so that it may be appreciated for all of its merits and inspire insightful discussion.
Her Campus Davidson
Her Campus is the new-media brand for the empowered college woman. Davidson students contribute to an online magazine.
Hobart Park is the college's annual literary review. It features works of poetry, fiction and nonfiction, as well as visual art, by students, alumni, faculty members, and visiting writers.
Published biweekly, the student-produced arts and literary magazine accepts submissions in creative nonfiction, short stories, poetry, and art.
Quips & Cranks
Quips & Cranks is the college's yearbook. Published annually by students, it features a collection of photographs and memories from the year.
The college's weekly newspaper is written, edited and managed by students. It features campus news and opinions.
Our club is committed to fact-based, scholarly journalism. Publications will touch upon important political, economic, historic, and international events and issues. Specifically, we will publish a monthly newspaper that will include articles and opinions on pertinent events and issues.
Operated entirely by students, the WALT 1610 radio station features music from local bands and also hosts Battle of the Bands and Freestyle Rap Battle.