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Student publications

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:

The Hesperus, vol. 7, issue 15, 1893 April 15

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Identifier: hesperus_v07i15_18930415
Overview This issue includes the winning oration of the home contest, Gladstone and the Anglo-Saxon Idea, as well as articles about college sports, and the senior class.
Dates: 1893 April 15

The Hesperus, vol. 7, issue 17, 1893 June 1

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Identifier: hesperus_v07i17_18930601
Overview This is the last issue of the college year, and it has articles about American journalism, the Y.M.C.A., and the society prize awarded to the literary society. It also talks about DU not having a greater interest in the C.I.A.A. field day, and the Interstate Oratorical Contest.
Dates: 1893 June 1

The Hesperus, vol. 7, issue 9, 1893 January 30

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Identifier: hesperus_v07i09_18930130
Overview This issue includes pieces on the oratorical contest and welcoming the Oratorical State Association. It also talks about Christianity, James G. Blaine, the Spring Athletic Season, and how loyalty to the university comes first than loyalty to the societies.
Dates: 1893 January 30

The Weekly Peanut, vol. 1, issue 2, 1882 March 20

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Identifier: weeklypeanut_v01i02_18820320
Overview First university newspaper, entirely handwritten. In this issue, they describe the editors and artists together with drawings of them. It also includes information about lectures, debates, and societies, and correspondence from the readers.
Dates: 1882 March 20

The Weekly Peanut, vol. 1, issue 3, 1882 March 27

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Identifier: weeklypeanut_v01i03_18820327
Overview First university newspaper, entirely handwritten. This issue includes information about elections, university athletics, and lectures. It also includes a Rebus puzzle for the readers and drawings of the faculty members.
Dates: 1882 March 27

The Weekly Peanut, vol. 1, issue 4, 1882 April 3

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Identifier: weeklypeanut_v01i04_18820403
Overview First university newspaper, entirely handwritten. This issue starts with a few literary works followed by information about societies, professors, lectures, and Easter.
Dates: 1882 April 3