The Avion Newspaper

Embry-Riddle's Official Student Publication


About Us

The Avion Newspaper is the college publication of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida. The newspaper has a printed circulation of approximately 1,000 and has a history dating back to Embry-Riddle's early days in Miami, Florida. Today, the Avion supports a rigorous online presence through its website, mobile application and social media platforms. The newspaper is published every Monday during the Fall and Spring semesters. Run by students for students, the Avion is staffed primarily by volunteers who find time in their busy schedules to keep the campus updated on local and industry happenings. These individuals have a passion for journalism, photography and graphic design. The Avion takes pride in covering premier events, such as rocket launches, air shows, and events at Daytona International Speedway. Additionally, the Avion has seized numerous opportunities to interview rock stars, politicians, pilots, and astronauts. During the Fall and Spring semesters, meetings are held on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. in SU Chamber. The Avion lays out the weekly design on Sundays at 1 p.m., in our office SU219. For more information, e-mail or feel free to stop by our office (above), inside the Student Leadership Suite









Membership Benefits

All our members enjoy a free day of fun toward the end of the semester called incentive. Every week, members who assist in laying out the paper get a free dinner as a thank you. Photographers and writers can enjoy free admission with media passes into big-ticket events such as various rocket launches, music festivals, and auto races.

Events & Activities

Join us at our weekly meetings for workshops to improve your journalistic skills.

Exclusive Resources

Photographers and graphic designers can enjoy our 27in design tablet and extensive photo gear collection.


Connect with alumni and outside connections and many aerospace corporations to gain valuable knowledge to give you a leg up.

Our Leadership

Dylan Kowlessar
Managing Editor
Salim Roig