Atlantic Cape Review, the student newspaper, is written and edited by Atlantic Cape students, with the assistance of an advisor. Published during the fall and spring semesters, the Atlantic Cape Review offers an opportunity for all students to display or develop skills in writing, photography, layout, design and graphics. The Atlantic Cape Review provides fair and impartial reporting on topics of interest to the College community. Staff positions are open to all Atlantic Cape students, full or part time. The newspaper office is located in the Student Center.
Rewrites, the Atlantic Cape literary magazine, is published each spring. Staffed and edited by students, the magazine contains essays, poetry, short fiction, one-act plays, pen and ink drawings, 2D pencil drawings and photographs from students, faculty, staff and the College community. Alumni contributions are welcome.
Official student publications reflect the policy and judgment of the student editors and express students’ points of view. This entails the obligation to be governed by the standards of responsible journalism such as avoidance of libel, obscenity, defamation, false statements or material advocating racial or religious prejudice. Student publications provide an opportunity for expression of student opinion.
The radio station supports student functions by playing music at dances and events.