TUCSON, AZ: The Daily Wildcats Print / University of Arizona
Prints weekly, out in print every Wednesday. Total Circulation: 15,000 daily. Rate is based on a 20 word classified line ad for 4 insertions in print. Additional words cost is $5.00 per word. School enrollment: 50,000+. With more than 155 rack locations in high-traffic areas and local businesses on and near the UA campus, the Wildcat is the most read source in the UA community for local news, sports and arts and entertainment coverage.
LOS ANGELES, CA: The Daily Trojan Print / University of Southern California
Prints daily, Monday - Friday, Total Circulation: 10,000 daily. Rate is based on a 20 word classified line ad for 4 insertions in print. Additional words cost is $5.00 per word. School enrollment: 50,000+. These free newspapers are distributed at high-traffic spots on and around the University Park and Health Sciences campuses. The Daily Trojan offers both print advertising as well as online advertising. The newspaper is viewed each day by thousands on campus and from the LA Metro area.
GAINESVILLE, FL: Independent Florida Alligator Print / University of Florida
Prints daily, Monday - Friday, Total Circulation: 35,000 daily. Rate is based on a 20 word classified line ad for 4 insertions in print. Additional words cost is $5.00 per word. School enrollment: 60,277+. The Independent Florida Alligator enjoys over 93% readership among the students at the University of Florida. Distribution includes Santa Fe Community College, an additional 32,603 students and staff.
ATLANTA, GA: The Red and Black Print / University of Georgia
Prints every Thursdays, Total Circulation: over 10,000 weekly, hand delivery on campus. Rate is based on a 20 word classified line ad for 4 insertions in print. Additional words cost is $5.00 per word. School enrollment: 38,000+. The Red and Black has become one of the largest community newspapers in the state. The print issue emphasizes the week’s big stories, complementing our daily online breaking news, culture and sports coverage. The print edition is distributed at more than 130 locations around Athens and on campus.
LEWISBURG, PA: The Bucknellian Print / Bucknell University
Prints weekly, distributed on Fridays., Total Circulation: 4,500 weekly. Rate is based on a 20 word classified line ad for 4 insertions in print. Additional words cost is $5.00 per word. School enrollment: 4,000+ The Bucknellian is the student newspaper of Bucknell University, a highly regarded, small liberal college in Central Pennsylvania.
PITTSBURG, PA: The Pitt News Print / University of Pittsburgh
Prints daily, Monday - Friday, Total Circulation: 15,000 daily. Rate is based on a 20 word classified line ad for 4 insertions in print. Additional words cost is $5.00 per word. School enrollment: 40,000+ The Pitt News has been the University of Pittsburgh’s independent student newspaper since 1910. The newspaper publishes daily during the fall and spring semesters, distributed to newsstands across campus. The paper publishes weekly in the summer with breaking news being published online throughout the week.
BALTIMORE, MD: The John Hopkins News-Letter Print / John Hopkins University
Prints weekly. Distributed every Thursday. Total Circulation: 5,200+ weekly. Rate is based on a 20 word classified line ad for 4 insertions in print. Additional words cost is $5.00 per word. School enrollment: 25,000. The John Hopkins News-Letter is an in-depth publication serving the John Hopkins University student body since 1896. It is one of the oldest student-run newspapers in the country. The News-Letter is full-color front and back page broadsheet format, and has two sections: an A section and a B section.
AMES, IA: Iowa State Daily Print / Iowa State University
Prints daily, Monday - Friday, Total Circulation: 5,000 daily. This free pickup newspaper is distributed on campus. Rate is based on a 20 word classified line ad for 4 insertions in print. Additional words cost is $5.00 per word. School enrollment: 39,000+ The Iowa State Daily has been in print since 1890. It is an independent student newspaper serving Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, that offers both print and online options.
LOS ANGELES, CA: The Los Angeles Loyolan Print / Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles
Prints weekly. Distributed every Wednesday. Total Circulation: 3,400+ weekly. Rate is based on a 20 word classified line ad for 4 insertions in print. Additional words cost is $5.00 per word. School enrollment: 9,500. Loyola Marymount University, founded in 1911, is the largest Catholic university on the West Coast with 6,557 undergraduate students, 2,018 graduate students, and 1,120 law school students
MOSCOW, ID: The Argonaut Print / University of Idaho
Prints weekly. Distributed every Tuesdays. Total Circulation: 3,400+ weekly. Rate is based on a 20 word classified line ad for 4 insertions in print. Additional words cost is $5.00 per word. School enrollment: 13,000. The Argonaut is the student newspaper of the University of Idaho and provides a wealth of interesting articles, along with radio and blog sections. The student media tab also highlights the radio full color magazine that are run in conjunction with the paper.
WEST LAFAYETTE, IN: The Exponent Print / Purdue University
Prints twice weekly, Mondays and Thursdays. Total Circulation: 10,000 per print. This free pickup newspaper is distributed on campus. Rate is based on a 20 word classified line ad for 4 insertions in print. Additional words cost is $5.00 per word. School enrollment: 47,000+. The Purdue Exponent is an independent student newspapers founded in 1889 and is Indiana's largest collegiate newswpaper.
OXFORD, MS: The Daily Mississippian Print / University of Mississippi
Prints daily, Monday - Friday. Total Circulation: 12,000 daily. Rate is based on a 20 word classified line ad for 4 insertions in print. Additional words cost is $5.00 per word. School enrollment: 24,000+. The Daily Mississippian is the award-winning, editorially independent campus newspaper of The University of Mississippi in Oxford. Founded in 1911, it is the only daily college newspaper in the state.
LEXINGTON, KY: The Kentucky Kernel Print / University of Kentucky
Prints weekly, the Kernel publishes a print edition every Tuesday. Total Circulation: 17,000 with a readership of over 30,000. This free pickup newspaper is distributed on campus and the surrounding downtown area. Rate is based on a 20 word classified line ad for 4 insertions in print. Additional words cost is $5.00 per word. School enrollment: 32,000+. The Kentucky Kernel is an independent daily newspapers that is a student-run publication of the University of Kentucky and is one of the largest-circulating newspapers in Kentucky.
SEATTLE, WA: The Daily Print / University of Washington
Prints weekly, out in print every Monday. Total Circulation: 10,000+ weekly. Rate is based on a 20 word classified line ad for 4 insertions in print. Additional words cost is $5.00 per word. Campus enrollment: 49,000+. The Daily has been the newspaper for the University of Washington since 1891. Features all breaking news, sports and culture features, and includes a special sections for gaming and Greek life.
NEW YORK, NY: The Columbia Spectator Print / Columbia University
Prints daily, Monday - Friday. Total Circulation of 11,000. Rate is based on a 20 word classified line ad for 4 insertions in print. Additional words cost is $5.00 per word. Spectator is the only daily newspaper serving the over 60,000 students, faculty and staff of Columbia University, as well as the residents of Morningside Heights and the Upper West Side. The Columbia Daily Spectator is the nation’s second-oldest college daily newspaper in New York.
ANN ANBOR, MI: The Michigan Daily Print / University of Michigan
Prints daily, Monday - Friday, Total Circulation: 7,500 daily. Rate is based on a 20 word classified line ad for 4 insertions in print. Additional words cost is $5.00 per word. School enrollment: 47,000+. The Michigan Daily is the campus newspaper of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and was first published in 1890.
PHILADELPHIA, PA: The Daily Pennsylvanian Print / University of Pennsylvania
Prints daily, Monday - Friday. Circulation: 6,500 daily. Rate is based on a 20 word classified line ad for 4 insertions in print. Additional words cost is $5.00 per word. School enrollment: 25,000+. The Daily Pennsylvanian is the award-winning student newspaper at the University of Pennsylvania.
The Daily Texan, University of Texas
The Daily Texan has been serving the Austin community since 1900. Their news section includes local legislation and they have grown to include a podcast for news broadcasting as well.
Back in 1900 two privately owned weekly newspapers were distributed on campus — the Calendar and the Ranger. In 1904 the two papers were taken over by the student council and merged. In 1913, the student body voted to publish the paper each weekday, and The Daily Texan was born on September 24, 1913.
The Daily Californian, University of California, Berkeley
Founded in 1871, The Daily Californian is one of the oldest papers on the West Coast and one of the oldest college newspapers. It is also completely independent from the university it covers, supporting itself with ad revenue.
The Chronicle, Duke University
The Chronicle, the student-run newspaper of the Duke community, is older than Duke University itself.Students at Duke's predecessor, Trinity College, founded the newspaper in 1905, and the first issue published on Dec. 19 featured articles about a campus debate and a speech by a Charlotte businessman. The paper was created by members of the Hesperian and Columbian literary societies but eventually moved beyond those roots.
In 1968, after years of being published two or three times a week, the paper began five-day-a-week publication during the academic year. Later, in an important step toward independence, the paper stopped taking student fees. And in 1993, The Chronicle incorporated as the Duke Student Publishing Company, breaking formal ties with Duke.
The Colorado Daily, University of Colorado
Colorado Daily is reportedly the longest running free newspaper in the country and has been in print since 1892. The paper typically covers issues around the University of Colorado and has won awards for investigative journalism stemming from events at the turn of the century.
The Minaret, University of Tampa
Established in 1933, The Minaret is the independent news source for the University of Tampa and surrounding area. The newspaper won nearly 20 awards between 2007 and 2011 and publishes a weekly newspaper as well as a quarterly magazine.
The Lantern, Ohio State University
The Lantern, the esteemed student paper from The Ohio State University, has a circulation of over 15,000 and is printed daily. At the height of print, The Lantern had circulation of 28,000 with readership pushing 75,000 people.
The paper was chartered in 1881 and became an integral part of the School of Journalism in 1914. At one time in the past, it was the third largest college newspaper in the country. Student reporters, most of whom contribute through the Lantern practicum class, are not paid.
The Daily Iowan, University of Iowa
Founded in 1868 and awarded numerous National Pacemaker Awards, The Daily Iowan is a highly regarded student paper serving The University of Iowa. George Gallup, creator of the Gallup poll, served as editor of The Daily Iowan in the early 1920s. The newspaper's publisher is William Casey, who has served in the post since 1976. He is credited with starting the newspaper's scholarship program for talented future journalists.
The Dartmouth, Dartmouth College
The Dartmouth is the student newspaper of Dartmouth College and was founded in 1799. It's the oldest student newspaper in America and is published daily, Monday through Friday during the school year and twice a week during the summer.
The Vermont Cynic, University of Vermont
The Vermont Cynic was founded in 1883 to be an independent student voice for The University of Vermont and also provide valuable to news to the Burlington community. Editorial and business operations are run by students and it reaches over 6,000 people weekly.
The Heights, Boston College
The Heights is the independent student newspaper of Boston College and was established in 1919. It is printed twice a week and has been selected many times over the past decade as an ACP Pacemaker Finalist.
The Heights has been both editorially and financially independent from the University since 1971. The Heights serves the students, faculty, and staff of the Boston College community, as well as our neighbors in Chestnut Hill, Newton, and the Allston-Brighton area.
The Heights is is printed on Mondays and Thursdays throughout the academic year. All print-edition content is posted at www.bcheights.com; the website is also updated with online-only and breaking stories throughout the week.
The Hilltop, Howard University
The Hilltop was co-founded by acclaimed author and Howard alumna Zora Neale Hurston. Hurston never actually wrote for the newspaper, but provided guidance for student journalists.
The first issue of The Hilltop was published January 22, 1924. The front page of the first issue covered a timeless and sensitive Howard issue: registration follies. The paper was brief, chronicling events that took place the semester before, and touching on a few upcoming campus events. By 1929, the newspaper was published bi-monthly. A year later, in 1930, The Hilltop became a weekly newspaper and remained so for 71 years. Within that time, the paper progressed steadily as a forum for African American writers to hone their journalistic skills.
The Bona Venture, St. Bonaventure University
The Bona Venture has been reporting campus news since 1926. They are committed to open and honest perspectives and providing stories "you won't find anywhere else."
The Daily Gamecock, University of South Carolina
The Daily Gamecock was founded in 1908 and is an editorially independent newspaper that serves the University of South Carolina. The newspaper is renowned for quality content and in 2011 was featured by the Princeton Review as a "Top 20 School Newspaper."
The Daily Kansan, University of Kansas
The University Daily Kansan is an editorially and financially independent student paper serving the University of Kansas. It was founded in 1904. Its distribution is currently only within the university's campus. It is published daily during the spring and fall semesters and weekly during the summer months. Its circulation is about 12,000.The Kansan also includes a weekly lifestyle magazine named Jayplay.
Its online counterpart, Kansan.com, began operation on the Web in Fall 1996. Originally called the UDKi (for interactive) it adopted the naming convention of its parent publication three years later.
The Daily Cardinal, University of Wisconsin, Madison
In print since 1892, the Daily Cardinal has been a source of news for the University of Wisconsin-Madison students. From the tragic and personal news of a student death to the national opinion coverage of gun control, the Daily Cardinal reports on it.
The Badger Herald, University of Wisconsin, Madison
The Badger Herald was founded in 1969 by a group of four students seeking a conservative alternative to the UW–Madison's primary student newspaper, The Daily Cardinal, which editorialized against the Vietnam Ware and had close ties to leaders of the radical campus protest movement.
The Daily Cardinal would later become more moderate in response to pressure from local media, the UW Board of Regents, staff members leaving, declining advertising revenue, and the radicalism of the 1960s and early 1970s dying down around the country.
The Daily Tar Heel, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Launched in 1893, The Daily Tar Heel noq circulates 18,000 free copies to more than 200 distribution locations throughout campus and in the surrounding community – Chapel Hill, Carrboro and Durham. Its estimated print readership of 38,000 makes it the largest community newspaper in Orange County.
The student journalists are solely responsible for all content under the direction of the student editor-in-chief. The 2014-16 editor is Jenny Surane. A new editor is selected each spring and serves for one year.
The Daily Athenaeum, West Virginia University
The Daily Athenaeum is West Virginia University's award winning daily newspaper. For 127 years, The Daily Athenaeum has been the voice of the Mountaineers. It is published Monday-Friday and is the 11th largest circulation newspaper in the state of West Virginia.
This newspaper is staffed entirely by students with supervision from a set of six full-time staff employees.
The Tufts Daily, Tufts University
The Tufts Daily, known on campus simply as The Daily, was first published on February 25, 1980. The paper covers news, arts and sports both on campus and in the Boston area and allows members of the Tufts community to submit op-ed pieces about any campus or global issue.
Unlike other student organizations and publications at Tufts, the Daily is financially self-sustaining, and does not receive funding from the student activities fee. During the Daily's first two decades, it was engaged in competition with a weekly campus newspaper, the Tufts Observer. The two newspapers co-existed until 2001, when the Observer changed to a biweekly newsmagazine format.
The Daily Collegian, Penn State University
Forgive my prejudice, but half the writers I know either worked at the Daily Pennsylvanian (U. of Penn) or The Daily Collegian, a student-operated newspaper that is published independently at Penn State University. The newspaper is printed on weekdays during the Fall, Spring, and second Summer semesters. It is distributed for free on campus. As of 2010, the off-campus cost for a copy of the newspaper is 30 cents.
The mission statement of Collegian Inc. is "to publish a quality campus newspaper and to provide a rewarding educational experience for the student staff members."
The Maroon, Loyola University New Orleans
Since 1923, the publications of the Loyola Student Media have worked to serve "A Greater Loyola." That was the mission laid out by founding editor Harold A Dempsey, and that is the goal of the student journalists who work long hours and late nights producing The Maroon, The Wolf, The Maroon Minute and The Maroon Online.
Student-run, student-produced and student-managed, the publications within the Loyola Student Media serve both as a community news outlet for Loyola University, and as a learning laboratory for aspiring young media professionals.
The Daily Bruin, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA
) A great college newspaper. When classes are in session, the Bruin is published Monday through Friday during the school year, twice a week during finals week, and once a week on Mondays in the summer quarter. The Bruin's staff also publishes Prime, a quarterly lifestyle magazine.
The DB is overseen by the ASUCLA Communications Board, which sets policies for the newspaper and other campus communications media. The Daily Bruin editorial team has 13 editorial departments: news writing, sports writing, arts & entertainment writing, opinion writing, news radio, graphics reporting, blogging, online development, video journalism, copy editing, photojournalism, page design, and cartoon and illustration.
The Cornell Daily Sun, Cornell University
The Cornell Daily Sun was founded in 1880 and is independent from the university. Kurt Vonnegut was the associate editor in 1944 and the paper is published Monday through Friday.
The Daily Orange, Syracuse University
A fertile ground for some of the best journalists in America. This newspaper began in 1903 and went independent in 1971. They have a readerships of 20,000 and publish 117 issues a year.
The Yale Daily News, Yale University
Founded January 28, 1878, the Yale Daily News is the nation's oldest college daily newspaper. The News now publishes Monday through Friday during the academic year and serves the communities of Yale University and New Haven, Connecticut. In addition to the daily newspaper, the News publishes WEEKEND, a Friday supplement with reviews and articles about arts and culture, and Sports Monday, a Monday section providing expanded, in-depth sports coverage. The News also publishes several special-occasion issues every year, including the Parent's Weekend issue, the Harvard-Yale Game issue, the Freshman issue and the Commencement issue. The News is produced by a very dedicated, all-volunteer undergraduate staff. Most reporters are freshmen and sophomores, while the editorial board is mainly comprised of juniors.
The News is the primary division of the Yale Daily News Publishing Co., which is headed by the News' editor in chief and its publisher. In addition to the daily newspaper, the YDN Publishing Co. produces the monthly Yale Daily News Magazine and the Insider's Guide to the Colleges.