NYU is proud to host a great mix of student-led media — from traditional glossy magazines and an independent newspaper, to robust online publications and a fully-broadcasting radio station.
Often, the best way to join is to find contact details on their respective websites — or on their NYU OrgSync pages — and reach out to express interest.
Literary magazine of the Islamic Center at New York University. Serves as a creative outlet for members of the community to express and exchange their thoughts and ideas
A forum for students who love to travel — whether it be a cross country road trip or a cross the pond jaunt in Europe
Comic Book League
NYU's bridge to the world of comic books and graphic novels. Provides an environment where students can meet like-minded individuals dedicated to discussing, reading, and creating comic books
The Economics Review
Promotes critical thinking and high-level research in economic theory and policy by publishing rigorous student essays and research papers.
Asian American interest publication. Prints a magazine twice a year and publishes blogs regularly about a range of issues
The Headless Society
"We are about letting loose and writing without constraints." Original prompts run by a different member each week spark the creative process. The Headless Society publishes The Guillotine, a literary magazine, each semester
Journal of Politics and International Affairs
Student-run journal published twice yearly with a focus on politics and international affairs
Medical Dialogue Review
Bridges the gap between science and the humanities. MDR is a peer-reviewed journal published twice a year aiming to reflect the diversity of the healthcare profession
The Minetta Review is a literary and arts publication managed by undergraduate students. Established in 1974, it is the oldest literary publication at New York University
Comedy magazine published each semester, complete with satirical articles, humorous fiction, and weird pictures
Platypus Affiliated Society
Established in December 2006, it organizes reading groups, public fora, research, and journalism focused on problems and tasks inherited from the "Old" (1920s-30s), "New" (1960s-70s) and post-political (1980s-90s) Left for the possibilities of emancipatory politics today
Student-run publication that establishes a platform for discourse on politics, culture, economics, and other important subjects among university students across the world
NYU's student-led Christian publication