Showing posts from February, 2013

Issue 52 released

Come by TH212 to pick up a copy of Issue 52 or check it out on Copies are also available at the media display boxes in the 3rd floor of Hunter West and North, in the Welcome Center, and by the Hunter USG office.

This Winter: The 4th Graders Present an Unnamed Love-Suicide

What did you do this winter? The OTR got involved with the Hunter Theatre Company in their wonderfully D.I.Y. production of Sean Graney's "The 4th Graders Present an Unnamed Love-Suicide," a play about being young, being in love, and blowing your brains out.
All photos by Theadora Hadzi.

Writing Session Postponed

Hey everyone,

Due to a pretty nasty weather forecast Jade and I have decided to play it safe and cancel tonight's writing session. We are rescheduling for next Friday 2/15 4-6pm.
Those of you who sent me your RSVP for tonight I hope you can make it next week. And for those of you who couldn't make it Friday nights keep in mind that this isn't necessarily the official weekly time/day. 
Keep safe and have a great weekend! (Go build some snow forts.)
-Esther  Prose Editor

Open House and Launch Party: Wednesday, Feb. 13, 1-3pm

Issue 52 is almost here! Come down to TH212 on Wednesday, Feb. 13 from 1-3pm to pick up a copy, meet the editors and staff, and find out more about getting involved.

The magazine is always free. The food's free too.

And Happy Lunar New Year!

First Writing Session this Friday at 6pm

This Friday at 6pm, come to TH212 to congregate with other writers & artists, drink tea and other things, and discuss writing, editing, and anything else under the creative sun. The session will be lead by the OTR senior editors in prose and poetry.

These sessions have been really successful in the past, so we're eager to have a fun and productive Spring '13. Any questions, email You do not need to bring in work to participate.

First General Writing Session - Poetry and Prose Writers Welcomed

Are you serious about writing?

This semester Esther and Jade, senior editors, will be hosting joint writing sessions. Participants from last semester's separate poetry and prose sessions and new members are encouraged to attend.

Instead of focusing specifically on poetry or prose writing technique, our discussions and workshops will focus on the craft of writing, revision, and so on. This way you can try out new writing forms/genres, expand your audience, and make connections with other writers at Hunter.

If you're serious and passionate about writing, please come by. These sessions will be weekly. Alumni are welcomed!

First Session
Friday, 2/8, 6-8pm in TH212
Please email us if you will be attending or if you want to attend and have another time that works for you.