The Echo is your student-led campus newspaper, both print and online at www.mdxecho.com. It's created entirely by students, and aims to echo the voices of MDX Students all across the campus.
The Echo is the free newspaper at Middlesex University. It's created entirely by students, and aims to echo the voices of MDX Students all across the campus.
The Echo was set up in 2019, and printed its first issue March 2019. It now plans to print on a monthly basis, with content ranging from advice columns on student life to news articles covering sports events, acedemic accomplishments and other important university updates. You can pick up a free copy on campus at one of our distribution spots (MDX House/ Shepard's Library). It's easy to join, and any student is welcome to become a contributor.
Please check out our available jobs here or email us at email@example.com to find out more about how you can get involved.
Natalie Rose The Echo Editor Natalie is studying BA English and is in her third and final year. She first got involved in student media in 2017 when she signed up as a member of POW! Magazine (now called MDX Echo), and very soon she became the Head of Magazine. In the two years since, she has worked hard to establish the new publication on campus, The Echo, in an attempt to bring information to Middlesex students in an easy and accessible way.
Her passionate drive for journalism comes from her strong belief that all members of the public should have access to vital information that concerns or relates to them, and a desire to connect students from all across campus.