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Blue & Gold

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Undergraduate students

The Blue & Gold is Widener University's digital-first student-run news site offering a blend of current events impacting campus and beyond alongside feature stories and reviews.

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Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)

Open to:

Undergraduate students

Students considering a career in public relations, advertising, integrated marketing communications, social media, event planning, and business communication should join the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA). Widener PRSSA members network with guest speakers, alumni, and other PRSSA chapters in the Philadelphia region. PRSSA members have numerous leadership opportunities and make professional industry connections prior to graduation.

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  • Freedom Hall
    Room 220

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The Blue Route

Open to:

Undergraduate students

The Blue Route is an online undergraduate literary journal run by Widener students and faculty that publishes short fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction written by undergraduate writers from any school other than our own. There is a great deal of emerging talent in the undergraduate population that is showcased in the journal. Contributors are paid $25 upon publication.

Widecast Radio

Open to:

All students, faculty, and staff

Widecast Radio (formerly WDNR) members produce programs and podcasts using industry-standard software and can be heard around the world on our streaming station. The Widecast facilities are also designed for recording music using MIDI technology and traditional vocals and instruments. Students can hold leadership roles such as program host, program director, and general manager.

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  • Freedom Hall, Room 202

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Widener Film & Broadcasting

Open to:

Undergraduate students who have completed COMS 260 or have special permission

Widener Sports Network and WUFilms provide additional out-of-the-classroom opportunities for advanced students to develop their skills in broadcasting, live sports coverage, film directing and production, and screenwriting. Students are encouraged to work with industry-standard equipment to cover live sporting events on the playing field. Advanced film students create documentaries and short films for film festivals and other competitions.

  • Freedom Hall, Room 222

Widener Ink

Widener Ink, a literary journal published each spring, takes student submissions of fiction, poetry, nonfiction, drama, and art. Additionally, working on the journal's staff gives students hands-on experience in editing and publishing.

Widener Productions

Open to:

Undergraduate students

Widener Productions is a television and film production broadcast facility in the Communication Sudies Department. Widener Productions incorporates various clubs, including WUTV, WideCast Radio, Widener Sports Network, and WUFilms, offering students a chance to work behind the scenes or onscreen in a real production team.

  • Freedom Hall, Room 222