Cornell looks like it has more than just great Clinical Law Professors.

Business Insider takes an in-depth look at The Cornell Daily Sun, which as been voted top student publication.

Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, is not known for providing an education in media: The Ivy League university has no academic journalism program or major. Yet the school’s campus newspaper was named #1 in the U.S. by Princeton’s Review’s 2013 rankings of college publications.

The Cornell Daily Sun, independent from the university since its founding in 1880, is financially self-sufficient and entirely student-run. Student writers, photographers, videographers and designers collaborate to cover campus and city news across various media, including the daily print edition.

Editors at The Sun say they try to balance what is essentially a full-time job with their schoolwork, sleep and social lives. They admit they’re not always successful at achieving the first two.

To see what goes into producing a paper each day, click through for a virtual tour of The Sun’s off-campus office building.

Disclosure: Business Insider’s Education reporter Peter Jacobs was a News Editor and Arts & Entertainment Editor at the Cornell Daily Sun while he attended Cornell, from which he graduated in 2013.

Here’s how The Cornell Daily Sun gets an issue out every day »