Syllabification: (sa·tyr) Pronunciation: /ˈsatər, ˈsātər/ noun 1. Greek Mythology one of a class of lustful, drunken woodland gods. In Greek art they were represented as a man with a horse’s ears and tail, but in Roman representations as a man with a goat’s ears, tail, legs, and horns. 2. the oldest, youngest, and most profound humor magazine published by students at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

Hailing from the sunny skies of southern California, Satyr is UCLA’s oldest (and only!) nonprofit humor magazine. Though Satyr slipped under the radar and into a coma in the 1970s, it was revived in 2012 by an ambitious (though not necessarily accomplished) group of attractive individuals hoping to bring humor, joy, and laughter back into the heretofore decrepit Westwood comedy scene.

Satyr focuses primarily on publishing our annual print magazine, handed out for free on Bruin Walk, but we also publish ~daily online. We are entirely operated by UCLA students, without any affiliation to the university itself, and any money we make goes straight back into our magazine. Everything you see on this website is original content, so please credit us if you share our work!

If you’re interested in keeping up with Satyr, look us up on social media. (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)

Send your business inquiries, scathing commentaries, and nudes to satyrmagazine@gmail.com.

Published with support from Generation Progress / Center for American Progress (online at genprogress.org)