The History & Theory of Psychology Student Network (HTN) has just launched its new website. The site contains, among other things, invited columns on issues of interest to historians and theoreticians, reviews of conference and colloquium presentations, discussions of recent journal articles, and news on the discipline that is of special interest to students in the field. Because the site comes in the form of a blog, registered users can post comments on all of these items. HTN describes itself as a “network of students in North America committed to increasing and promoting scholarly activity pertaining to the history and theory of psychology.” It has held three annual student conferences at various locations around North America. HTN was founded by Jason Goertzen in 2005 and is currently presided over by Laura Ball and Jeremy Burman (who is the editor of this blog as well); its webmaster is Jennifer Bazar (all graduate students in the York University History & Theory of Psychology program). In addition there are representatives from Brigham Young, Notre Dame, Simon Fraser, Central Oklahoma, and Calgary.