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"The Blade" publication from 2000 and 2015.
"The CBA Report" is an annual alumni newsletter.
This collection includes eight different issues of The Developer, a publication put out by the Lincoln Center Association for Lincoln Center employees.
This collection consists of the CASNR faculty newsletter, The Leading Object, from 2001 through 2009.
Hiram Scott College Yearbook
The records consist of The Nebraska Transcript from 1966 to 2008 and 2018. Current volumes are available online.
The NeNGA Newsletter is a publication of the Nebraska Nut Growers Association and The Plant Science department of the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
This collection consists of various papers and documents detailing the operation and mission of the Pershing Rifles. Included are printed manuals, awards, fraternity and military history, minutes of meetings, articles, correspondence, publications, list of regiment and charter members (1972-1976), photographs with accompanying negatives, and artifacts. Significant materials include records of the first official meetings of the Pershing Rifles in 1894.
"The Probe" newsletter published by the National Animal Damage Control Association from 1998-2005.
The collection consists of one publication titled, "Big Eight Conference Women’s Championships 1982-1983, The Year in Review".
Created by Universitiy Communications, the "Scarlet" is a newsletter for the university community to share news and information about activities, staff, and faculty at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The newsletter previously had the name "Bulletin Board." It is available as a print publication and as an online publication. Selected volumes are on microfilm.
"The Seed" and "Spring Affair News" newsletters from the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum for 1979-2003.
The records consist of "The Sower" from 1984-1997, 2002-2009, and 2012. Digitized versions of the newsletters are also available online.
"The Tripod" newsletter and notes about automated weather station applications from Spring 1989 to Fall 1994.
Various theater programs and scrapbooks consisting of pictures of actors and sets. The theater programs contain advertisements as well as information about performances and performers.The scrapbooks also include information about the plays and the occasional front page of a play program.
Theatre Arts (After 1984 called Theatre Arts and Dance) (see also 13/07)