THE NORMAL RAQUETTE, student newspaper, 1927-1985; THE PIONEER, the college yearbook and its predecessor senior class book, 1897-1985; and miscellaneous handbooks, directories, newspapers, newsletters, and literary journals, 1934-1982
California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
Digital and physical copies of student and student-press produced newspapers, journals, magazines, and newsletters. Includes The Polygram, The Polytechnic Californian, El Mustang, Mustang Daily, and Mustang News, monthly Polytechnic Journals, and Mustang RoundUp.
This collection consists of newspapers and periodicals published by students of Loyola College, Loyola University, Marymount College, and Loyola Marymount University. Some of the publications collected were short lived, while others such as the Los Angeles Loyolan are still produced today. This collection consists of newspapers, periodicals, correspondence, and promotional materials.
The collection consists primarily of newspapers produced by parties and organizations on the American political left, including Trotskyist, Left Communist, World Socialist, Anarchist, and Marxist, collected by Lester Greenwood.
Consists of the contents of boxes 170-180 in the Robert Alonzo Brock Collection of Virginia materials at the Henry E. Huntington Library. These boxes contain principally miscellaneous correspondence (and accompanying clippings, receipts, articles, poems, and other materials) to the editors and staff of a number of Virginia-based newspapers and periodicals, including the Richmond Dispatch, the Richmond Enquirer, the Richmond Standard, the Richmond Whig, and the Central Presbyterian
Southern Methodist University students first published their student newspaper, SMU Times, on September 11, 1915. The Southern Methodist University Students’ Publishing Company, incorporated in 1930, established a free press responsible for producing the newspaper, the yearbook, and student directories. Student publications appeared on the SMU campus, though, as early as 1915. The company, now called the Student Media Company, Inc., is a non-profit Texas corporation that operates independently from SMU. This collection contains various editions of the student-published SMU newspaper from 1915 to 1992. Some decades, the 1920s, 1950s, 1960s, and early 1970s, are well represented, but editions in the remaining decades are sparse. A few special editions are included.
This collection contains newspapers produced by the students of Central Washington University and its predecessor institutions from 1917 to the present. Some newspapers published prior to the 1930s are missing.