Staffed exclusively by students, WRAS is the most powerful student-run station in the United States. It plays commercial-free music and community news, and also functions as a learning laboratory for students, providing them experience in announcing and news reporting.
WRAS operates 24/7.
The Georgia State Student Media Department is currently comprised of four groups: GSTV, New South, The Signal, and WRAS-Atlanta. These groups provide students with opportunities in radio, video, print journalism, and literature.
The Georgia State Student Media Department is currently comprised of four groups: GSTV, New South,The Signal, and WRAS-Atlanta. These groups provide students with opportunities in radio, video, print journalism, and literature.
GSTV is the student-run television station of Georgia State University, which broadcasts to University housing on channel 91. GSTV presents student-produced news, sports and variety programming as well as live coverage of on-campus events.
New South is Georgia State University’s student-edited literary journal. It adheres to the standards of peer-reviewed literature journals across the United States. The organization also stages a number of readings throughout the school year both on and off campus. More information on workshops can be found at the New South website (see Directory under Contact Us).
The Signal is the student-run newspaper of Georgia State University. It features newswriting from Georgia State students with letters from the campus and city community as well as occasional contributions from campus writers across the country.
WRAS-Atlanta is Georgia State’s only student-run 100,000 watt radio station. WRAS was selected by Creative Loafing staff and readers as the best overall radio station in Atlanta. All WRAS DJs are Georgia State students and GA State sports are covered by Georgia State Alumni employee Dave Cohen.