Pioneer Magazine is a student run bi-yearly publication. The student editors are responsible for every aspect of the magazine, including coming up with story ideas, finding writers, constructing layouts, and the final production of the magazine. Anyone interested in writing, editing, graphic design, public relations, or publication management should take the time to learn more about getting involved with Pioneer. It is a great way to get involved in the media world and is an impressive extracurricular activity to have when trying to find jobs and internships.
Established in 1967, Sacred Heart University's yearbook, the Prologue, has continued to strive for excellence by representing the entire campus community in a yearly publication. The goal is to provide the campus community with a comprehensive cataloging of activities, sports, and various other events, which have occurred throughout the academic year.
SHU BOX (Channel 3)
Welcome to Channel 3, Sacred Heart University's student produced local broadcast network and home of The Pulse.
The Spectrum provides the weekly University newspaper. They are responsible for establishing and maintaining an atmosphere of free and responsible discussion on campus. The paper is a means for bringing student concerns to the attention of the faculty and in aiding the students in formulating opinions on various issues.
The Pulse is a student run production with three full-time student staff members serving as the executive producer, two student producers, along with students from TV News Magazine Production II class who produce weekly stories and columns, which we call, "Heart Beats." The Pulse is a showcase for university and local community stories and images. It serves as a venue for quality programming packaged in a digital video format that is currently distributed across multiple platforms such as Channel 3 television, The Open Student Television Network (a college only internet TV channel), the SHU website, iTunesU and its very own "Pulse" website. The Pulse is a video news magazine that will engage Sacred Heart University students, faculty and staff, and serve as a shining example of our student’s creative skills and talents for those outside the SHU community. So tune in Sacred Heart!
91.5 WHRT is open to all students to learn basic radio production skills. From hosting music shows, sports shows, talk shows and broadcasting school events, WHRT provides a diverse experience in radio broadcasting. Watch this video of students talking about the valuable experiences they've gained working at WHRT Student Radio.