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Concordia University Student Publications Collection

 Record Group
Identifier: RG 17/02
The publications are organized into two series: I. Literary Publications and II. Newspapers.

Dates

  • 1932 - 2016

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

The collection is available for research by appointment.

Conditions Governing Use

The Concordia University Archives is the owner of the materials in the Concordia University Student Publications Collection and makes available reproductions for research, publication, and other uses. Written permission must be obtained from the Concordia University Archives before any reproduction use. Copyright resides with the creator of the documents or their heirs. The status of copyright is governed by the Copyright Law of the U. S. (Title 17, U.S.C.). In some cases, permission for use may require seeking additional authorization from the copyright owners.

Extent

2.5 Linear Feet (in 1 record box, 2 document boxes, 1 oversize flat box)

Abstract

The collection contains literary and news publications by Concordia University students.

Historical Note

Concordia opened in 1905 as a high school for boys preparing to become Lutheran pastors. In 1950 a junior college was added. In 1977 the high school moved away from the campus, severing all formal ties, while the college expanded to four years.

The first extant literary publication, Tapestry, appeared in the 1973-1974 school year. Students have published their literary endeavors under various names since then.

The first student news publication, Where Rolls the Oregon, appeared in 1932. The student newspaper has undergone many name changes through the years; The Carillon was the most long-lived title.

Arrangement

Arrangement is by title and year of publication.

Accruals

Further accruals are expected.
Title
Guide to the Concordia University Student Publications Collection An Inventory at the Concordia University Archives
Status
completed
Author
Nolan R. Bremer
Date
2004 (revised 2016)
Description rules
dacs
Language of description
Finding Aid is written in English.
Sponsor
Encoding of finding aid supported by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission

Repository Details

Part of the Concordia University Archives Repository

Contact:
http://www.cu-portland.edu/academics/libraries
Concordia University
2811 NE Holman St.
Portland 97211-6099 USA