The Wick

The magazine of Hartwick College

Spring 2023—A New Way of Thinking

Teaching While Caretaking

‘Dr. Z’ guides students on the importance of sustainability and society

The View from Here

A lot has happened since I arrived in early August — much of which is built upon the strong foundation you know well.

Fostering Sustainability via Innovation

How Hartwick instills the leadership skills needed for today’s graduates.

Green Friendship Endures and Inspires

Two sustainable restaurant practices they learned on The Hill.

Portugal Provides ‘Fresh’ Learning for J Term Contingent

With a focus on craft and locally made food, the class ate and drank their way across the country, learning how cheese, wine, beer and meat delicacies are made in different regions.

Preserving Table Rock For Today. For Tomorrow.

Alumni have walked the Table Rock trail system above Hartwick College for generations.

Student-athlete Digs Deep for Groundbreaking Research

She never imagined her choice would lead her to this moment: assisting in a geothermal research to heat an entire Ivy League campus without fossil fuels. 

Setting the Stage for Sustainability

After more than 30 years as a costume designer and shop manager, Barbara Kahl has learned that success is often all about playing the hand one is dealt. She put that knowledge to great use last summer during a trip to Vancouver, British Columbia.

History in Philadelphia: A Celebration of Hartwick Soccer

Hartwick soccer royalty, former players and coaches, from multiple decades attended the event.

Questions? Story Ideas?

Comments are welcome on anything published in The Wick.

Hartwick College Greek Life students


Hartwick’s fraternities and sororities gathered for their annual “Meet the Greeks” tabling session to highlight their respective groups. Did you know that Hartwick has nine active Greek-lettered organizations whose membership is close to 18% of the student body?