Limbo, Volume 01, Issue 05, March 1950
Hoofprint, Volume 01, Issue 05, June 1953
The Grampus, Vol. 02, No. 02,
Le Sourire, Volume 01, Issue 01, November 1965
SMU News Digest, Volume 12,
No. 02, Nov.-Dec. 1949
About the Collection
Holding library: SMU Archives, DeGolyer Library
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“What we got here is a failure to communicate.” This could never be true at SMU based on the quantity of publications put out by students, staff, and faculty throughout the University’s history.
The Southern Methodist University Publications and Media Collection contains a wide range of textual and visual publications created by students, staff, and/or professors of SMU. The student publications range from humor magazines to literary reviews to political newsletters. These publications were usually small and independent. Some lasted for one or two issues. Others may have lasted for several years. They are a great example of the artistic output, both literary and visually, of SMU’s student body.
The “Official” SMU publications, such as the SMU News Digest, were produced by the public relations department and sent to alumni, faculty, staff, and the press. These periodicals were designed to keep the Dallas community aware of activities on campus. Other publications were put out by academic departments or schools to publicize events and programs.
The media portion of this collection contains the Hilltop Videos, a series produced between 1987 and 1994 by the Student Media Company (creators of the SMU Daily Campus) documenting the year on the SMU Campus.These videos are available for viewing on campus computers only.
All of the publications come from the Southern Methodist University Archives.
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About the SMU Archives
The Southern Methodist University Archives serves as a research repository for the official administrative and historical records of the University. In addition, the Archives serves as the collective memory of Southern Methodist University.
Material in the SMU Archives consists of non-current university records, regardless of medium, generated by faculty, staff, and students while conducting the business of this institution. This material includes office files, minutes, photographs, films, correspondence, artifacts and memorabilia, publications, scrapbooks, blueprints, oral history tapes, and manuscript collections.
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Copyright usage terms vary throughout the collection. Each item contains information about usage terms. If SMU does not have the right to publish the item on the Internet, only the item's metadata will be available and the digitized object will be available on a restricted access basis. Such items may only be viewed on campus. When items are available for use, please cite DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University. A high-quality version of these files may be obtained for a fee by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.