College Student Media
Ampersand. The student media literary and art magazine. Organized in 1957 as the “Prism” and renamed “Ampersand” in 1979. Published once a year.
EHC-TV. The television studio operated by the Department of Mass Communications. Programming appears on Comcast Cable, Channel 3, on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7 p.m., including news and interviews on “Emory & Henry Reports” as well as replays of football and basketball games.
The Sphinx. The College yearbook, published since 1907, is a student-operated media. Issued annually in the spring, the yearbook documents college life during the academic year. A variety of staff positions are open to all students, with interest particularly in page layout, writing, photography, business management, sales, and more.
The Whitetopper. The College newspaper, first published in 1914 as The Weekly Bulletin and now one of the oldest student-produced newspapers in the South. It is a student media published weekly during the school year.
WEHC. WEHC 90.7 is the college radio station, known as “Your college and community station.” Since October 2009, the station has been broadcasting at nearly 9,000 watts, reaching a five county area in Virginia and Tennessee with its primary signal. The secondary signal reaches into parts of North Carolina. The station carries local programming in the afternoons and evenings, with a 4-6 p.m. break-in for NPR’s All Things Considered. From midnight until 1:00 p.m., the station carries Radio IQ programming that consists of NPR news and BBC talk. WEHC broadcasts football games and home basketball games. The station signal is streamed 24/7 and can be found at wehcfm.com. Students may apply to provide musical programming, sports coverage, or news by contacting General Manager:
- Mass Communication Dept.