Our award-winning campus newspaper, The Chimes, has been in operation since 1938. This student-run news publication is made up of journalism students and students of various other majors, bringing together a unique team that helps report on news impacting the Biola community. As a student, you can participate by freelancing for The Chimes, or working as a writer, editor or in other roles.
The Point magazine is Biola University’s campus magazine produced by students, for students, about college life and the world beyond. The Point consistently wins national, competitive awards for writing, photography and design. Competing with major state and private universities across the country, the staff for The Point are influencing the world through their work as students. If you join The Point team, you’ll have the chance to explore your talents in visual storytelling, written stories and other areas.
Students looking to pursue a career in broadcast journalism need look no further than EagleVision News. As Biola’s own student-run news production, EagleVision produces timely and relevant content for the Biola community, including students, faculty, staff and alumni. The EagleVision webcast reaches viewers across the world via its YouTube channel. If you join EagleVision, you’ll be able to expand your knowledge in and practice every aspect of broadcast news, including content production, editing, directing, camera operating and more.
KBR: The Torch
If you’re interested in talking about the news, The Torch will be your go-to source. The Torch is a student-run radio station that primarily features podcasts from our state-of-the-art audio studio within the production center. You’ll get to share compelling content with Biola’s student body while honing your podcasting skills.