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Pi Media consists of Pi Magazine, Pi Online and Pi TV. All UCL students are welcome to join us and contribute - whether writing, editing, photography, filming, presenting or design.

Pi Magazine is UCL’s largest student publication, published 4 times a year. Around 2,000 copies of the 60-page glossy magazine are distributed across campus. Covering a huge range, content includes student culture and lifestyle, as well as music and film, arts and science, and much more. Pi Magazine was recently named runner-up in the Best Student Publication category of the 2009 Guardian Student Media Awards, and won the Best Publication award at the 2012, 2013, and 2016 UCLU Arts Awards.

Pi Online is constantly updated with breaking student news, and reports on and reviews of UCL sports and arts productions – not forgetting many features and comment on the issues that matter. It won Best Publication at the 2015 and 2017 UCLU Arts Awards and it won the Student Publication Association's Best Website 2015/16.

Pi TV, UCLU’s only student television outlet, offers an exciting opportunity to help its development as an innovative and unique platform, regardless of students’ past experience. Its shows include ‘Backstage Pass’ - a preview of student productions - chat shows and campus news, with opportunities to get involved in all. It won the Best Collaboration award with Film Society in 2013.

UCLU Pi Media Society have signed the Zero Tolerance to Sexual Harassment Pledge.

Date established: 
January 1946
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