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Carolinian, Coraddi, Pine Needles, Alumni News, Catalogs, Handbooks, and Other Publications

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The publications of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and its predecessors present a valuable record of the development of the university and of changing cultural and social values since before the turn of the Twentieth Century.

 

Included are both student and administrative publications, ranging from the fine arts magazine to the student newspaper and course catalogs. The publications are richly illustrated and reflect the design and fashion aesthetics of their times.

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Alumnae NewsAlumni News, and UNCG Magazine

Alumnae News was first published in January, 1912, by the Alumnae Association of the State Normal and Industrial College (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro). Julia Dameron was the first Literary Editor. In July, 1964, shortly after UNCG became a coeducational institution, the name was changed to Alumni News to reflect the new composition of the student body. The magazine ceased publication with the Spring, 1998, issue and was merged with another publication, UNCG Graduate, creating UNCG Magazine which is still published today.

 

Board of Directors Reports

Biennial reports of the Board of Directors of the North Carolina State Normal and Industrial School contain finacial information, events summaries, the president's report, and other illustrative material documenting the operation of the college.

 

Bulletins and Course Catalogs

Annual publication containing course offerings, academioc requirements, and other iunformation about the university.

 

The Carolinian

The Carolinian, a weekly student newspaper for the North Carolina College for Women (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro)was first published on May 19, 1919. The paper was started to create a "living, pulsing publication which recorded our activities at short intervals, while they were still new and vivid." New issues of The Carolinian were usually published between September and May for an average of twenty-eight issues per year. During the summers of 1922 and 1923, The Summer Carolinian was published to cover the months of June and July. Each of these short runs was comprised of five issues. New issues are added to the archive at the end of each academic year.

 

State Normal Magazine and Coraddi

Starting with its first issue on March 15, 1897, State Normal Magazine was a quarterly publication primarily concerned with presenting news about the State Normal and Industrial College (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro). Renamed Coraddi in 1919, the magazine became primarily a literary and fine arts publication and remains so to the present day. Now in its 113th year, Coraddi is a student publication which, according to its Fall 2010 issue "represents the art and literary community of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro."

 

Student Handbooks

Annual publication containing information about campus life and policies, student organizations, religious options, and other material.

 

Yearbooks

Yearbooks were published at what is now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro between 1902 and 1993 under several names and historically included student and faculty photographs, features on student organizations, and advertisements for local businesses. The yearbooks were digitized in 2010 and 2011 through a partnership with the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center.

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