Thel Literary and Art Magazine provides an outlet for HWS student artists and writers. The bi-annual, student-run publication features some of the finest poetry, photography, visual art and short stories being created by HWS students. For more information, contact Kathryn Cowles, faculty adviser and associate professor of English, at KCowles@hws.edu.
Seneca Review, founded in 1970 by James Crenner and Ira Sadoff, is published twice yearly, spring and fall, by Hobart and William Smith Colleges Press. Distributed internationally, the magazine’s emphasis is poetry, and the editors have a special interest in translations of contemporary poetry from around the world. Publisher of numerous laureates and award-winning poets, Seneca Review also consistently publishes emerging writers and is always open to new, innovative work.
Although not sponsored by the English department, many student writers choose to contribute to these publications:
The Herald is the Colleges’ student-run newspaper, which provides the HWS campus with a weekly student’s-eye-view on national politics, campus organizations, arts and entertainment, HWS athletics and much more. For more information, contact Sue Hess, faculty advisor to The Herald, at SHess@hws.edu.
The Martini is the HWS alternative newspaper, featuring a witty and critical look at music, politics and social issues on both the Colleges’ campus and on the national level. For more information, contact Anna Creadick, faculty adviser and professor of English, at Creadick@hws.edu.
Echo & Pine
Echo & Pine is the Colleges’ yearbook, which features the graduating classes, campus organizations, athletic teams and faculty and displays each year at Hobart and William Smith. For more information, contact Kim Kochin, Student Activities associate director, at Kochin@hws.edu.