A key part of the educational experience is the opportunity to learn about and discuss current issues affecting Hunter and the community at large. Fellow students who share and understand the experiences of Hunter students run most of our publications and broadcast media.
Our student newspaper, The Hunter Envoy, has been “the voice” of Hunter College since 1944. Students can submit articles, story ideas, illustrations or photographs, as well as work on the paper as editors, reporters, photographers, or illustrators.
Established in 1983, The Olivetree Review, is Hunter College’s student-run undergraduate art and literary journal. It is published every semester and distributed free of charge among the Hunter community. The journal primarily features art and writing created by Hunter undergraduate students.
WCHS is “where Hunter College speaks,” an independent, non-commercial, student-run radio at Hunter College.
Psych News is the official publication of The Psychology Collective. Published each semester, the newsletter not only informs Hunter students, but provides a forum where they can share and discuss their interests in psychology.
Hunter’s arts and culture magazine, Cult. is “Hunter College’s cultural hub.” It aims to highlight the college’s diverse student body and their equally diverse interests. Issues feature articles on artists, musicians and fashionistas on campus, as well as original work by student writers, photographers, and other contributors.
The Issue is a bi-annual publication that showcases the work of student photographers on campus who are members of The Photographers Collective of Hunter College and highlights events hosted by the club.
The Status Post is a student-run newsletter published by the Nursing Students’ Press of the Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing.