The Campus, 1905-
Scope and Contents
From the Record Group: This collection represents publications produced by Middlebury College students through history, including The Undergraduate and The Campus newspapers, Kaleidoscope yearbooks, Zines and Student Ephemera, and miscellaneous publications, such as literary magazines organized chronologically.
- Publication: 1905-
Conditions Governing Access
Open for research without restriction.
Biographical / Historical
The Middlebury Campus was founded in 1905 as the replacement to the previous college newspaper, The Undergraduate, which closed in 1902 for financial reasons. For the first years of the Campus the faculty had close oversight before the the newspaper was given over entirely to the students. In addition to reporting local and college news, the Campus has served as one of the most read public forums. Contemporary views about race, gender, and war have all been preserved in the Middlebury Campus.
27.5 Linear Feet (1 document box, 1 half document box, 4 microfilm boxes, 17 large flat document boxes, 128 bound volumes)
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