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Cult.


Hunter's arts and culture magazine, Cult., 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 contributers. Muse Scholar Joy Scanlon (Class of '15) is the publication's creative director.

Additional information about the magazine can be found at the publication's Facebook page.

 

 

The Envoy


For about 70 years, The Envoy has served as Hunter's primary student-run news source, reporting on everything from CUNY politics to the arts. Muse Scholars are regular contributors to the newspaper.

Gian de Falco (Class of '17) began writing columns for The Envoy during the Fall 2013 semester. Julie Sorokurs (Class of '16) penned an article during the Spring 2013 semester about Hunter alumnus Pavel Zoubok, owner of a respected art gallery in Chelsea.

 

Hunted Hero Comics


Hunted Hero Comics is Hunter's student-produced comics magazine. Muse Scholar Samuel Eng (Class of '16) is the publication's layout designer and regularly contributes original comics to the magazine. Other Muse Scholars, including Emily Adams (Class of '16), have also published in Hunted Hero.

Adams's "Familiar Friendship," in Issue One (Photo, right) weaves a fantastical tale of comaraderie between the characters Jonathan Ozymandius and Breckit, an owl-like creature. Eng's "Ferrocontaminant," also in Issue One, depicts a post-apocalyptic urban dreamscape.

Check out Hunted Hero's Facebook page here.

 

The Olive Tree Review


The Olive Tree Review has been Hunter's undergraduate literary and arts journal since 1983.

Muse Scholars are regular contributors to the publication, and many have even won awards from the magazine. Calien Jimenez (Class of '15) won the publication's Spring 2012 poetry competition with her poem "The Black Hole Speaks." Sandra Talbot (Class of '16) won the Fall 2012 art competition with three digital drawings.