The school yearbook is published late in spring. Students interested in interning in photography or learning computer layout and graphics are welcome. Those who intern will be eligible for senior editor positions as sixth-formers.
The St. Marker
The school’s student newspaper, The St. Marker is issued several times during the academic year. Honored the past two years for Superior Achievement by the New England Scholastic Press Association, The St. Marker aims to inform the St. Mark’s community of the latest happenings on campus and also provide community members with a forum to express their opinions. Read Issues
The Vindex has evolved from its inception as the St. Mark’s student newspaper to a forum in which is showcased the work of the school’s most creative students. While technically a literary magazine, The Vindex staff entertains and enjoys the idea of juxtaposing different art forms, including visual art and creative writing. Alumni/ae submissions are welcome, as the staff wants to show current students where creativity can lead. Read Issues
WSMR, St. Mark’s School’s very own radio station, currently entertains and informs the on-campus community via the internet and a limited broadcast frequency that reaches as far as West Campus and Choate Circle. From a studio housed in the Main Building’s Forbes Student Center, on-air DJs mix and introduce songs, while others offer news and sports reports, give advice, and talk about current events in and outside of school.
The Campfire is a publication dedicated to the intellectual pursuits and excellent
writing of the students and faculty at
The goal of The Campfire is to contain
articles about intelligent ideas, current events, and any insightful topics that you
have been cognizant of in the world or that you have learned in classes and that you
want to expand upon, make people aware
of, and teach. The articles are
intentionally devoid of topics about St.
Mark's. The focus of the newspaper is
evident in the campfire symbol, meant to
represent the fire in the minds and intellect
of the students and faculty and giving you a
voice of intellectual expression that sparks
publically into the community. Read more