Student media projects, from the CMC literary journal, HOWL, to the Cacti Chronicles newspaper and much more!
Stay informed and inspired with the various forms of student media at CMC. Keep up to date with the Cacti Chronicles and CMC’s radio show, News From the Mountain. If you’re feeling artistic, take a look at HOWL, CMC’s literary and art magazine.
HOWL: Art & Literary Magazine
Every year, the students and community members at CMC come together to release a collection of art and written works. First published in 1996 and founded by Greg Gilbert, the Howl Art & Literary Magazine has graced our halls for over 25 years.
In these issues, you’ll find artwork of all kinds that reflect current events, poems that inspire emotion, and works that offer an escape. We’re proud of the works our students create and we encourage you to dive right in!
The Cacti Chronicles Newspaper
The Cacti Chronicles are CMC’s own print/digital newspaper, featuring student writers and cartoonists, alumni profiles, and all the latest information about what’s going on around Copper Mountain College. Read the digital editions of The Cacti Chronicles below.
News From the Mountain – CMC Radio Show
Want to get up-to-date information about CMC, the campus, and everything around? Then it’s time to check out CMC’s news show, News From the Mountain.
The radio show is broadcast every Tuesday morning at 7:20 on Joshua Tree’s Z 107.7 FM with student hosts, and guests from the college and community. Each week, News From The Mountain looks at upcoming events, campus news, and everything else going on with Copper Mountain College.
Tune in every Tuesday morning to 107.7FM, and you can catch up on any previous episode on Z 107.7’s CMC News page.
The Copper Penny
The Copper Penny was an electronic publication sponsored by the Copper Mountain College Academic Senate’s Academic Integrity Committee. It showcases students’ scholarly works that are researched, peer-reviewed, and represent a practical application of knowledge.
Check out the archived publications and take a peak into the research of your peers.