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UCL Pi Media is the oldest and largest student journalism society at University College London Union. Initially launched as a newspaper in 1946 and named after former Provost David Pye, it now publishes on three platforms: Pi Online, Pi Magazine and PiTV. Pi Media's contribution to student journalism has been recognised both within UCL and by other media outlets. Pi Magazine was shortlisted for 'Magazine of the Year' at The Guardian Student Media Awards in 2009 and was named Best Publication at the Students' Union UCL Arts Awards in 2012, 2013, 2016 and 2020.

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  • UCL Pi Media is the oldest and largest student journalism society at University College London Union. Initially launched as a newspaper in 1946 and named after former Provost David Pye, it now publishes on three platforms: Pi Online, Pi Magazine and PiTV. Pi Media's contribution to student journalism has been recognised both within UCL and by other media outlets. Pi Magazine was shortlisted for 'Magazine of the Year' at The Guardian Student Media Awards in 2009 and was named Best Publication at the Students' Union UCL Arts Awards in 2012, 2013, 2016 and 2020.
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  • Pi Magazine Autumn 2019, Photography: Pietro Sambuy
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  • Pi Online: Deepali Rose Foster, Angus Colwell Pi Magazine: Vanessa Tsao, Emily Hufton PiTV: Dom Borghino, Katie Hadaway
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  • Online, Magazine, Broadcast
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  • Richard Lubbock
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  • Evie Robinson
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  • UCL Pi Media is the oldest and largest student journalism society at University College London Union. Initially launched as a newspaper in 1946 and named after former Provost David Pye, it now publishes on three platforms: Pi Online, Pi Magazine and PiTV. Pi Media's contribution to student journalism has been recognised both within UCL and by other media outlets. Pi Magazine was shortlisted for 'Magazine of the Year' at The Guardian Student Media Awards in 2009 and was named Best Publication at the Students' Union UCL Arts Awards in 2012, 2013, 2016 and 2020.
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  • United Kingdom
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