Albion Review is the literary journal of Albion College. Appearing each spring, the Review publishes short fiction, poetry, interviews, essays, photographs, and artwork. It is written by students, although faculty, alumni, community members, and distinguished visitors to campus may contribute as well.
The Albionian is the student edited yearbook. Established in 1909, it chronicles the life and times at Albion College.
The Pleiad, founded in 1883, is Albion College's weekly student newspaper. The Pleiad has three purposes: to inform the College community, train students interested in journalism, and serve as the voice of students on campus. Interested students may participate as reporters, feature and opinion columnists, sports writers, or can contribute photographs, story ideas, and letters to the editor. The following positions are hired every semester: Editor-in-Chief, managing editor, online editor, graphics editor, business and advertising manager, photographer, and circulation manager. These positions have a semester stipend.
WLBN provides hands-on experience in all aspects of running a radio station. Student volunteers are disk jockeys, create promotional tracks and commercials, organize music selections that are played on the air, write news and sports reports, and are active in all parts of radio production. All styles of music are encompassed from classic rock to hard alternative to novelty.