Sonar Magazine is ongoing in a few changes to our website and future plans. We aim to be up and running again without fault before the next academic term! For now, please stand by while we fix any leaky pipes. All our current content is still up for reading, so do feel free and continue to browse the site.

See you all again very soon!


Whether you’re a maestro journalist or just want to flex your creative muscles, Sonar Magazine is here for anyone with an interest in the media!

Sonar Magazine is Solent’s very own student publication and website. We’re society full of passionate individuals, and we pride ourselves in creating opportunities for you to dive into while at Solent.

Over the next year and beyond we will need, writers, photographers, graphic designers and all-round creatives. All content created for the magazine is made by students, for students.

As part of the student media, we work alongside three other societies (Radio, TV, Film) that make up Sonar Media – this helps and adds to the range of topics we like to discuss online and in print. These include, but aren’t limited to, news, entertainment, sports, politics and Solent University itself.

Sonar Magazine is always looking for passionate individuals who are looking to write, push themselves and have a laugh along the way. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Join us and start developing your media portfolio as soon as possible.

Contact links and further information:

Email: sonar.magazinemail@gmail.com

Meeting place: Newsroom (JM), Mondays 6pm-8pm

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