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Student Communications Media

The Stallion

ABAC’s student newspaper has been the state’s top college newspaper in its class for more than 30 years. Members of the newspaper staff provide news, features, sports stories, entertainment, photography, cartoons, editorial comment, and advertisements relative to the ABAC locations and its people. The Stallion also creates Stallion TV, producing video stories about ABAC and providing live coverage of college events such as graduation. The Stallion office and TV studio are located on Tifton campus. Participation is open to all interested students. The Stallion Newspaper website is and the advisor is Dr. Tom Grant ( Stallion TV can be viewed at:


ABAC’s award-winning literary magazine is issued during spring semester. Pegasus features poetry, essays, fiction, feature articles, art, and photography by ABAC students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

Submissions are solicited from Georgia high school students and undergraduate students from Georgia colleges, as well. In addition to publishing the magazine, Pegasus hosts a number of well attended events during the school year, such as open mic nights and readings from visiting writers.

The Pegasus office is located on the third floor of the Carlton Center. Opportunities are available for students who want to contribute material to the magazine, work on editing and publishing, or participate in events. No prior experience is necessary.


The annual creative arts journal of ABAC at Bainbridge, Adroit, is an artistic forum for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the community. The journal features poetry, fiction and non-fiction prose, art, and photography.

WPLH (88.3 FM)

Operated by students, the ABAC Tifton campus radio station, WPLH, features a full-time broadcast schedule, which offers a wide variety of musical genres and styles, news, features, and other entertainment. The broadcasting studio and office are located in Tifton. Student DJs and managers are always needed for the station. If interested, send an email to: or call (229) 391-4977.