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Students Records

 Record Group
Identifier: RG-030

Dates

  • 1896-2008

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Biographical / Historical

The Saxigena (30-P-1) is college/university’s yearbook. The first yearbook, published in 1910, was called Anamnisis and is included in this series.

Fledgling (30-P-21), Sigma Tau Delta, Eta Delta chapter, Editors: David Owens, Helen Fergus, Kenneth Harris (“’38”), Ruth Glaspey. V.1 no. 1, May 1936.

Impulse (30-P-8), 1962?-1964, v.8 no.2 – v.9-no.2 “A decision was made by the staff of the Rocket Writer to change the name of the campus literary magazine. The name Impulse was suggested and the staff reacted favorable. Forthcoming editions will go by the name Impulse.” (from v.8 no. 2, no date)

Rocket Writer (30-P-10), by the Rocket Press Club, 1956-1961, v.1 – v.8 no.2 “This booklet is the result of the Rocket Press Club to further creative writing on our campus. These stories and poems were selected from entries in the Rocket Writing Contest held this spring.” (from first issue) Adrian Percy, editor. Mr. Kenneth Harris, faculty sponsor.

Student directories (30-P-13) became SGA campus directories: 1998-2008. In 2008 new faculty/staff directory published by university.

S R Sta-te-Col (30-P-19), Slippery Rock State Teachers College, monthly literary journal, 1930-1931. “Due to unforeseen circumstances, it was necessary for the Press Club to discontinue the publication of the Slippery Rocket. In its stead the club offers for the college’s approval a monthly sixteen page journal, to contain essays, articles, news, features, society and club notes, and campus chatter. Through the efforts of the administration this journal has been made possible, as will future work on the Slippery Rocket, which, happily, will be rejuvenated next year.” V.1 no.1. Also included is an article on the selection of the title Sta-te-Col.

“Some people have the mistaken idea that the present student publication, namely the Sta-Te-Col, is a newspaper, and that it is failing in its duty to supply the college with news. May we correct this fallacy? The Sta-Te-Col is a monthly literary journal, designed to bring to the college the best literary efforts of the students, both in prose and poetry.” V. 1 no. 6 NOTE: v. 1 no. 8 (May 1931) has an article by Anne Morrow. Is this the Anne Morrow (Lindbergh)? She did not attend SRU.

Miscelleny (30P-22), by the Literature Club, May 1940, May1941. Dr. Spotts, faculty advisor.

Fables from the Postmodern Age (RG 30-P-26) 2001-2002 See Wikipedia article

Kids that Care (30-3-13): a countywide program co-sponsored by SRU and the United Way of Butler County. Alice Kaiser-Drobney.

30-11-2 Slippery Rock’s first master’s degree was awarded in 1964. The college was allowed to offer a master of education degree program in 1962. (source: The Legend Behind the Name, pg. 119).

Extent

8 Linear Feet

Language of Materials

English

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Ginger Hill, 1956-1988, microfilm (2 rolls)

Saxigena yearbooks, 1898-1987, microfilm (9 rolls) and (selected years) in ContentDM

Repository

Slippery Rock University Archives and Special Collections
315 Bailey Library
Slippery Rock University
Slippery Rock, PA 16057
724-738-2635
rockarchives@sru.edu




Status
Completed
Author
J. Silva
Date
07/2008
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
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Script of description
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Edition statement
Updated: 11/2008, 08/01/2016

Repository Details

Part of the Slippery Rock University Archives and Special Collections. Repository

Contact:
315 Bailey Library
Slippery Rock University
Slippery Rock PA 16057
724-738-2635