The University of Chicago Campus Publications digital collection provides access to serial and occasional publications documenting the history of the University of Chicago and the work of its faculty, students, and alumni. Included in this collection are publications issued by administrative units of the University of Chicago as well as those published by independent student organizations on campus.
University Publications: Since 1891, the University of Chicago has issued a wide variety of magazines, bulletins, newsletters, circulars, catalogs, and other publications. These titles include official administrative policies and reports as well as general news and feature stories describing activities of faculty, students, alumni, trustees, donors, and friends of the University.
Student Publications: Independent student organizations at the University of Chicago have issued many types of publications: yearbooks, newspapers, humor magazines, literary journals, and newsletters, among others. Some student titles have had lengthier runs (the Maroon has been published continuously since 1900), while others have appeared only once or twice.
Currently, this site includes such University publications as the University of Chicago Magazine and The University Record and issues of the student newspaper, the Chicago Maroon (previously called the Daily Maroon) and the College yearbook, Cap and Gown. The collection of titles available on this site will grow as additional publications are digitized. For further information on campus publications that are available in print form, search the Library’s online catalog or contact the Hanna Holborn Gray Special Collections Research Center.
This page is under construction.