The first college chapter in the country. AWM advances the knowledge and opportunities for both men and women in the electronic media and allied fields with the use of industry contacts and resources from the national chapter. AWM brings speakers to campus, organizes trips to radio and television stations, attends conferences, and does various fund-raisers, such as selling popcorn at weekly movies to help support their club’s mission.
The Critic is a student generated and produced newspaper that serves as the voice of the student body. The paper is printed every Friday of the academic year and includes various stories of interest to the Lyndon State community, including campus events, local area happenings, student issues, and athletic news.
The Society of Professional Journalists is a student chapter of the national organization that seeks 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 and fundraisers for award submissions.
WWLR is a student-run radio station. Student DJs are trained on how to properly operate the radio station and are assigned designated times for their own radio show. In addition, this organization typically sponsors a live music series, DJs at various community events, and encourages the exploration of music through various means.