About the UCLA Communications Board
The UCLA Communications Board serves as the board of trustees for UCLA’s student media, including the daily campus newspaper, the UCLA yearbook, seven magazines, an Internet radio station, and other Web-based publications.
The UCLA Communications Board has been entrusted since 1963 with the mission of providing the resources that allow students to create high-quality media that informs, entertains, and provides a forum for civic debate for the UCLA community.
The board meets its mission by focusing on the recruitment and training of student participants and the financial management of its media. The board approves and oversees the media budgets, selects editors in chief, and sets top-line policies for the organization.