Davidson offers multiple opportunities to write and edit for student publications.
English majors traditionally have found Libertas, Hobart Park, and Exit 30 to be good outlets for creative expression, though there are years when these journals are not edited by English majors or have English faculty as advisers.
An arts and literary magazine published biweekly, with open submissions for creative nonfiction short stories, poetry, and art. For more information contact Libertas@Davidson.edu.
Davidson's annual literary review, published in May. It features works of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction, as well as visual art. Submissions are accepted from students, alumni, faculty, and visiting writers. For more information contact HobartPark@davidson.edu.
Exit 30 is a student-run publication of literary work written by Davidson students, faculty and staff. The magazine is themeless and includes works of poetry and prose, both fiction and non-fiction. Short in length and simple in design, Exit 30 is an easily-read and accessed publication. For more information, contact Matthew Schlerf or Elaine Ruth Boe.
Other student publications include:
The Dean Rusk International Studies office publishes Wanderlust, Toilet Paper, and International Experiences 101, which all contain student work related to international issues and travel.