Express yourself and choose from a variety of creative careers with the Communications, Art, and Humanities Department at Keystone College! Through hands-on learning with faculty and industry leaders, students can discover and develop talents that will prepare them for careers while receiving a well-rounded education.
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Amazing opportunities—on campus and beyond
Learn more about our department degrees:
The Voice of Keystone College, a student-run, on-campus, radio station.
The Key Newspaper
The Key, the official student newspaper of Keystone College, is produced each semester by students.
The Plume, Keystone College’s literary magazine, is produced twice a year by undergraduate students.
Chad Jones is a writer for the Key, a student editor of The Plume, and a Keystone College football player. As a public relations intern with Keystone’s Office of Communications, he has written press releases and web features, and taken photographs for several departments on campus.
Class of 2023
Our Communications, Art, and Humanities Faculty
Learn more about them.