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Student Newspapers

The Wild Cat News

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Wild Cat News is the student-produced news site of the Community College of Allegheny County in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The site provides a professional journalism experience while striving for excellence, completeness, accuracy, and high integrity; the organization shall produce a nonpartisan publication providing responsible, objective, and fair coverage of items of interest and importance to the college and its community.

The site combines efforts from students at all the college’s eight campuses and centers. Content is produced by students and not approved by CCAC or its administration. Content, including quotes, represent the opinion of the source, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Wild Cat News, its staff, or CCAC.

All members of the CCAC community – including students, faculty, staff, and alumni – are welcome to submit a letter to the editor. Any letter intended for publication must include the writer’s name, contact information, and college affiliation. No anonymous letters will be accepted. All submissions are subject to editing. Wild Cat News reserves the right to refuse publication. Please limit submissions to 500 words.

CCAC publishes printed student newspapers full of interesting articles and unique perspectives. 

The Allegheny View 

The Allegheny View is a student-based newspaper that is published monthly. Articles, photography and cartoons are submitted from the student body and reviewed by the staff and adviser for content. The View circulates 4,000 editions each semester and serves thousands of readers in the communities near the Allegheny Campus and Homewood-Brushton Center. If you would like to contribute to upcoming issues, please feel free to contact the View adviser.

Boyce Collegian

The Collegian is a student operated laboratory newspaper that provides training in writing, reporting, photography, advertising, graphic design and communication skills. Students may or may not enroll in Boyce's journalism classes to be members of the staff; however, all staff members learn journalistic practices as they work, hands-on, to produce at least six issues a year. The Collegian primarily provides news and information of interest to Boyce's students and a forum for the expression of opinion.

North Voice

The Voice is the student newspaper for CCAC North Campus and West Hills. The Voice is completely student-run and subsidized by advertising. The student editorial board and staff create and edit all content and design each issue. The paper is distributed monthly during the academic year. Students at North and West Hills are invited to become writers, photographers, advertising representatives, editors, cartoonists, and designers by contacting the adviser.

Wild Cat News comic example 
Don't forget to check out the student-produced Wild Cat News comics section for a little relief from all your studies.