Student media is an important facet of student life at Thiel College. These groups provide entertainment and information to the Thiel campus as well as providing hands-on experience in media communication for students.
Students who are involved in Thiel's student media may also be eligible for the Society for Collegiate Journalists, a national professional and academic organization.
Thiel College Television (TCTV) is a collection of creative and motivated students working in both production and talent to create various television programs for the College television station (Channel 38). The organization is open to all Thiel students, regardless of major, who want to create, produce, direct and assist in the production of various weekly programming.
The Thielensian is Thiel College’s student-run newspaper and aims to serve the campus by publishing timely, fair and relevant news, sports and feature stories and other information, and to provide a lively forum for student expression and the opinion of others on campus.
Starting in Fall 2017, The Thielensian is being published as a continuous blog, with news stories, feature stories, reviews, editorials and other content added as quickly as it is available.
Formerly known as WebCat Radio, WXTC is Thiel’s new radio station, found at 88.1 FM.
WXTC has positions available for on-air radio personalities, program and music directors, advertising representatives and much more. Contact the Media Board Manager for more information about how to participate in WXTC.
The Endymion is Thiel’s yearbook, an important student-run record of Thiel’s yearly history.
Yearbook editors get involved in preserving history, learn how to enhance design and layout skills, become familiar with editing software and develop photography skills.