Harmony Literary & Arts Magazine
Harmony, the annual literary and art magazine of Culver-Stockton College, is student-produced and showcases the works of C-SC students. Outstanding student contributions to Harmony are recognized annually with the Guy Cooper Poetry Award and the Andrew Rutherford Art Award.
Harmony began in 1977 under the guidance of English professor Dr. Carolyn Kane. The magazine has maintained a tradition of excellence and distinction since 1983 when the staff first entered its annual issue in national competition, receiving an award for "Outstanding Photography" from the American Scholastic Press Association (ASPA). Since then, the magazine has creatively evolved in size and design, producing its first full-color edition in 2012.
AWARDS AND HONORS
Harmony has received many honors and awards, the most noteworthy of which, perhaps, being Most Outstanding College Literary and Art Magazine, awarded by ASPA to the 1994 and 2010 issues of Harmony. Since 2010, Harmony has earned Gold Medalist Awards (the highest ranking) from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) and First Place Awards from ASPA.