Hartwick College's Student Newspaper

The View From Oyaron Hill


The View From Oyaron Hill!

Hilltops is written by and printed for the students of Hartwick College. This newspaper is an important vessel for creating a voice on campus and providing a unique look into Hartwick College through the personal perspective of enrolled students. Information on important events, student opinions, and campus wide spotlight articles are available in print and online. Every Hartwick student is welcomed and encouraged to include their voice and ideas in the pages of Hilltops newspaper.

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Editor's Letters are written by Joanne '17 check out her work.

Joanne Georges is a junior double major in English and business and a minor in graphic communications. She is the Editor of Hilltops Student Newspaper, as well as the public relations officer for SOSU/BU, and the secretary of Cardboard Alley Players. She hopes to bring the best to Hilltops that she can this year. With a growing love for the stage and entertainment, Joanne can be found roaming the theatres of Hartwick College in her free time. 

Response to "Why feminism is not necessary."


One day as I was scrolling through Twitter, as one does when bored or avoiding homework and/or the stress that comes with being a college student, I came across a picture of an article that sparked my interest. The article, titled “Why feminism is not necessary, written by Wesley Joubert, was starting a small uproar with some of the people I follow on Twitter. In the article, Joubert tries to tell his readers that things such as the wage gap don’t exist and only certain kinds of sexual harassment are worthy to be seen as a wrongful act.

By Kayce Savoie

GOP Debate: A Liberal Perspective


From my view, this debate was heavily focused on international affairs, and the Republican party failed to address many domestic issues that need to be handled by the next president of the United States.  These candidates overwhelmingly spoke about the Iran nuclear deal and relations with Vladimir Putin and Russia, but failed to discuss issues of climate change, racial injustice, income equality, and affordable education, just to name a few.