Bells and Pomegranates is the Huntingdon College yearbook. The editorial staff is dedicated to producing a yearbook that commemorates the school year at Huntingdon College, including daily life, special events, student organizations, and images of the students, faculty, and staff. Students who are interested in celebrating and recording the essence of Huntingdon life through the production of the annual yearbook should consider joining the Bells and Pomegranates staff. See the Office of Student Life for more information.
The Gargoyle, the Huntingdon College student newspaper, reflects plurality of thought and action in the College community by offering news of interest and significance to its readers and by presenting a forum for the exchange of opinion and information. Viewers may read The Gargoyle online. Production of The Gargoyle is overseen by the Office of Student Life.
The Prelude is Huntingdon’s literary magazine, featuring selections of art and creative writing submitted by students and faculty. The magazine is edited by a student editor, selected by the Prelude adviser and the faculty of the English program, according to current standards of literary merit. The Prelude serves the academic community by providing students with an opportunity to express in literary form their feelings and ideas, by offering to the College community as a whole a stimulating and provocative representation of student writing, and by encouraging the free exploration of originality and significance through the celebration of the life of the mind. For more information, see a member of the English program faculty.