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College student newspapers and periodicals.

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Campus Publications

 Collection
Identifier: AR-0656
Abstract

This collection houses newsletters published on the University of Tennessee campus (including the Law School's Taylor Times, the Medical Center's Monitor, and alumni newsletters) and correspondence documenting their content and development.

Dates: 1982-1992

Introducing ... Delete-O-Brain!

 Collection
Identifier: AR-0532
Abstract

Tina Bentrup, an employee at Hodges Library's Inter-Library Loan Department, drew these cartoons following the adventures of Delete-O-Brain, the reference librarian at The-Hanging-Gardens-of-Babylon Library. They depict such subjects as library patrons, football, and university students and first appeared in the UT student newspaper, The Daily Beacon, in 1999.

Dates: 2000

Lou Daughtry Scrapbooks

 Collection
Identifier: AR-0350
Abstract

This collection houses photocopies of two scrapbooks that Lou Daughtry compiled during her time at the University of Tennessee (1950-1952). Among the items included are clippings, programs, photographs, invitations, ticket stubs, and calendars.

Dates: 1950-1952

Mildred McPherson Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-3716
Abstract

The collection consists of personal papers, correspondence, pencil drawings and oversized newspapers created or collected by Mildred McPherson and her family between the years 1899 to 1988.

Dates: 1899-1988

Phoenix Literary Magazines

 Collection
Identifier: AR-0661
Abstract

This collection houses two issues of the Phoenix, a student-created magazine containing poetry, short stories, photographs, drawings, and other art.

Dates: 1997-1998

The Owl

 Collection
Identifier: MS-1213
Abstract John A. Hankins and Jessie J. Rankin created this handwritten newspaper, entitled The Owl, while studying at an unspecified school in Greeneville, Tennessee in 1875. It includes an introduction and editorial expressing the editors' hopes for their paper, miscellaneous stories and local items, letters to the editors, and articles about how to write well, ice skating, hunting, imagination, snow, Saturday nights, the ocean, Queen Elizabeth I, and moral subjects (including...
Dates: 1875 February 26