Chronicle Student Newspaper
The Queens Chronicle is a student-led publication advised by faculty and staff in the Knight School of Communication; it allows students interested in journalism, photography, layout, or editing to experience real-world journalism. It is published in both print and multimedia formats, and features news, sports, entertainment, and editorials. Submissions are always welcome from any member of the Queens community in the form of letters to the editor.
Please visit http://queens-chronicle.com/ in order to view online editions, archived issues, submit letters to the editor or story ideas and meet the staff.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I join The Queens Chronicle?
You can sign up for COMM 213 or just stop by the newsroom in Barnhardt 116 to meet with a staff member.
Who teaches COMM 213?
Although The Queens Chronicle is a student-led paper, COMM 213 is taught by journalism faculty in the Knight School.
Is The Queens Chronicle only open to Journalism and Digital Media majors?
No, it is open to anyone interested in participating.
Are there leadership opportunities offered within the newspaper?
Opportunities for leadership include editorial and management positions in photography, layout, and design, as well as overall editorial positions.
What is The Queens Chronicle experience really like?
You'll get the chance to gain hands-on experience in interviewing, brainstorming, layout and design, photography, and learning journalistic integrity. Production weeks are hectic, just like in the real world. This is a real newspaper with real deadlines and roadblocks, but with the support of your fellow students, it is a great environment for learning and having fun.