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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Bali Hai, 1963

Identifier: 11-2/5

An underground student newspaper that faced potent problems like that of allowing black student organizations to join fraternities. The Argus v.81:no.21(1975:Mar. 21)

Dates: 1963

Bogus, 1942

Identifier: 11-2/8

"Published once a year by the Weesleyand faculty under vigorous protest from the student body."

Dates: 1942

Charles M. Smith Collection

Identifier: SMITH
Scope and Contents This collection includes newspaper clippings/reviews of his books, correspondence, manuscripts with drafts and prepublished copies of his written work, legal documents, and a few photographs and a portrait. All twelve of his books are included in the collection with twelve religious texts he had in his personal collection.This collection is organized into seven series: 1. Biographical Material 2. Correspondence 3. Legal Documents 4....
Dates: 1964 - 1986

El Lobo (Wolf), 1971 - 1972

Identifier: 11-2/13

"El Lobo: The views expressed herein are not necessarily those of anyone except the individual author. Editorials are those of the editor-in-chief. Articles may include the analysis of the author. El Lobo is pubished every now and then by students for truth, equality, and freedom." (front page, Apr. 19, 1972)

Dates: 1971 - 1972

Pollyanna, 1985

Identifier: 11-2/18

"This April Fool's, the Argus pokes fun at Wesleyan with the "Pollyanna," a satire of campus life at IWU. The "Pollyanna" is not meant to be a spoof of the "Wesleyana," but rather a takeoff of the IWU community using the yearbook format as a vehicle for creative expression." (Disclaimer)

Dates: 1985

Purple Page, 1961

Identifier: 11-2/19

"Theoretically, this is a magazine of satire and protest. It is modeled after no other existing publication. This magazine is published by an independent group of students." (Purple Punctuation, v.1,no.1)

Dates: 1961

Rhetoric and Propaganda, 1970 - 1971

Identifier: 11-2/20

This student publication "employs propaganda to the extent of disseminating ideas and information to achieve positive goals, but we shun the spreading of rumor as a means to any end, no matter how exalted. It is our goal to show facets of university life which are not exposed in admissions and development brochures or in the regular orientation sessions." (Introduction and Purpose, 1970 issue)

Dates: 1970 - 1971

Typhus Chuckle, 2001 - 2002

Identifier: 11-2/35

"Typhus Chuckle is a student creation which publishes work of all flavors and styles. We play in the realms of absurdity, domesticity, commonality, the extraordinary, the experimental, the conventional, and most anything else you can think of. T.C. is published once a month." (front page, v.1:no.1)

Dates: 2001 - 2002