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IU Archives - Student Life collections

Relevant University Archives collections

Arbutus yearbook

Indiana Daily Student  (or the Indiana Student) - The Indiana Daily Student began in 1867 as a bimonthly publication and was named the Indiana Student. The newspaper ceased publication in 1874 due to financial difficulties but was relaunched in 1882. In the late 1890s, the paper became a daily newspaper and was renamed the Daily Student.

An incomplete run of The Spectator is available through JSTOR. 

The following interviews are part of the Bicentennial Oral History Project. The Bicentennial Oral History Project consists of interviews with IU alumni, faculty, and staff. The online collection of the interviews is continually being added to. The interviews listed here are just a couple of examples of the many interviews related to student publications at IU. To find other interviews, try search terms such as Daily Student, Spectator, student newspaper, and journalism. 

The following are a few examples available through Media Collections Online. New content is being continuously added to this portal, so check back frequently!