Felix is Imperial’s very own student newspaper. Published every Friday during term, it contains a wide range of content produced by entirely by Imperial students.
In our pages, you will find news, investigations, opinion, and reviews on a wide variety of different topics, ranging from the environment and science, to music and the arts.
Felix was first published on 9th December 1949. Since then, the paper has gone on to win national awards and break stories that have ended up in the national news. Our contributors – all former Imperial students – have achieved acclaim working for publications such as the BBC, WIRED, the Financial Times, The Guardian and The Economist.
If print isn’t your preferred format, follow us on Instagram (@felix_imperial) or sign up for our weekly newsletter (see above), where we’ll send you an early digital copy of the newspaper, and give you bite-sized updates on the most important developments on campus. We aim to shed light on stories the College won’t tell you about, and to report on your experiences as students (and staff!).
If you're interested in contributing, get in touch. We're also looking for many non-writer roles, including copyeditors, illustrators and photographers. Drop us an email to learn more!