The Baylor Lariat
The Baylor Lariat is the campus newspaper of Baylor University. The newspaper is published Tuesday through Friday. All news-editorial majors must spend one semester in JOU 3375, a lab class in which students hone their writing skills as Lariat reporters. The remainder of the Lariat staff typically consists of sophomores, juniors and seniors who are selected each semester through an application and interview process by the news director, general manager and publications board.
The staff positions are considered work-study positions, are paid and are open to students of all majors. Some positions also include scholarships.
The Baylor Lariat is posted on the Internet each day and can be viewed at http://baylorlariat.com/.
Focus Magazine is a publication by the student publications department that is produced at the end of each semester. The theme, "A Perspective On The Waco Volunteer Community And The Issues That Affect Us," focuses on various aspects of local community involvement. The magazine is entirely produced by students of the Department of Journalism, Public Relations & New Media, including the articles, photography and design layout.http://www.baylor.edu/focus
The Round Up
The campus yearbook is the award-winning Round Up. The yearbook is published once a year. The writers for the yearbook can be students from any university major, however, journalism & media arts students are encouraged to apply. The staff members are students who have been selected through an application and interview process by the general manager and yearbook adviser. Staff positions are paid. Freshmen are welcome to work on the Round Up staff.
More information on The Roundup can be found at http://www.baylor.edu/Roundup. Contact the staff at The Roundup or call 254-710-3459.