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Wessex Scene

Wessex Scene
Type Student Online Newspaper and Published Magazine
Format Compact
Owner(s) University of Southampton Students' Union
Editor Tahlie Cooper
Founded 1936
Headquarters Wessex Scene, Highfield, Southampton, SO17 1BJ
Circulation c. 15,000-25,000
Website www.wessexscene.co.uk

The Wessex Scene (formerly Wessex News, prior 1996) is the oldest student news provider at the University of Southampton,[1] and has been in print since 1936. Also published by the University of Southampton Students' Union is the editorially independent entertainment magazine The Edge.

The Wessex Scene has evolved over the years and now takes the forms of an online news site and a monthly magazine publication, available across the campuses and Halls of Residence of the university. The website and online edition were nominated for best website at the Guardian Student Media Awards for three years in a row before finally winning the award in 2004.[2]

Contents

  • The Edge 1
  • Notable ex-writers 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

The Edge

The Edge is the University of Southampton's entertainment publication. The Edge is written and published independently of Wessex Scene.

Notable ex-writers

References

  1. ^ http://www.wessexscene.co.uk/features/2697
  2. ^ http://www.journalism.co.uk/14/articles/51144.php

External links

  • Wessex Scene Archive
  • The Edge
  • Southampton University Students' Union
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