INNOVATION | CREATIVITY | VISION
Journey magazine, since 1984, has produced award-winning content that reflects the emotions and experience of a generation, combining fashion, photography, design, art and journalism. Journey takes a creative look on culture, art and news while encouraging our readers to cultivate new ideas, and evaluate their perspective on cultural knowledge and personal style.
Since its inception, Journey magazine has served as a voice for the students of Florida A&M University, a laboratory for budding-journalists/professionals and a reflection of the Black experience. With an audience of over 14,000 students from ages 17 to 27, Journey is an ever-growing brand throughout the FAMU, FSU, TCC & Tallahassee communities.
This is the campus magazine every student loves, every “super single” wants to be featured in and the one student media outlet that combines fashion and news to deliver dynamic, multimedia content to Florida A&M University. Journey takes a creative look on culture, controversy, art, fashion and news.
Everything that goes into a Journey magazine is student produced, from the photography, makeup on the models and models themselves to the stories and designs, everything is produced by students you know, and love.
Journey has won over 30 awards just within the last six years, including No. 1 college magazine in Region 3 by the Mark of Excellence Awards, Best College Magazine of the South by the Southeastern Journalism Conference, Best College Magazine at the Florida College Press Association Awards and awards for individual students who have gone on to be people who work at places such as NBC, CBS, CNN and so on.
Journey magazine is a legacy.
The current Editor-in-Chief of Journey magazine Angelique Fullwood, can be contacted through e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright 2015 by Florida A&M University. All rights reserved. This issue of Journey magazine was produced by the student organization Journey with essential support from the School of Journalism & Graphic Communication. Journey is funded through the student activity and services fees, as allocated by the Student Senate of Florida A&M University. For more information on Journey or the Magazine Program, contact the Division of Journalism at 850-599-3379, 510 Orr Drive, Room 3078, Florida A&M University, Tallahassee, FL 32307
School of Journalism & Graphic Communication
Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University
510 Orr Dr., Suite 3078
Tallahassee, FL 32307