Publications, College of Journalism and Mass Communications Records
Scope and Contents
The publications were written by students in Journalism classes such as creative editing, documentary photography, magazine editing, photo journalism and visual communications or as summer internships. They are broadly identified as experimental newspapers, photo projects, and magazines. For example, the photo projects were developed through documentary photography classes under the direction of George Tuck, photography and graphics professor. The publication Ourselves includes photos exhibited by students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and students of Gottfried Jaeger at Fachhochschule Bielefeld in Bielefeld, Germany. Other topics include military draft, moon landing, student protests and strikes, and topics related to campus and student life.
Titles include Nebraska Newspaper, University of Nebraska News, School of Journalism Edition, Lincoln Free Press, Insight ’69, Campus in Conflict Two Weeks in May, Rights in Conflict, Static, Lincoln Free Press, A Newspaper, Documentary Project Geneva, 30 Magazine, A Photo Sampler, Ourselves, The Writers' Bloc, The Nebraska Notebook, Nebraska Lede, and The Nebraska Reporter.
- 1946 - 2014
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open to research.
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright is owned by the records' original creators.
Biographical / Historical
Journalism classes at the University of Nebraska began in 1894 under the direction of Will Owen Jones, both a student and a faculty member. Miller Moore Fogg, a professor in English, directed the School of Journalism after it formed in 1923. In 1979 the School became independent of the College of Arts and Sciences and in 1985 became officially the College of Journalism. It is now known as the College of Journalism and Mass Communications.
4.2 Linear Feet (4 containers)
Language of Materials
Publications are arranged alphabetically by title.
The publications were transferred from the College of Journalism and Mass Communication starting in 2005.
In 2022, Madison White took several small collections of College of Journalism publications and combined them into this collection. She then alphabetized the publications, rehoused, and created a new content listing.
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