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Schreiner University Publications

The following items are currently held in Special Collections at Logan Library. To access these materials, please contact Sara Schmidt, the Special Collections/Reference Librarian. Currently access is restricted to appointments only.

University Publications

Campus Connection

This newsletter, originally named Staff Council News Blurb, aimed to keep the campus informed of specific events, employee benefits, and arrival of new employees at Schreiner. It included human interest articles, quotes, birthday lists, and other items to bring the Schreiner family closer together. Archival holdings include Aug. 1997 to Apr. 1999, and Sept. 2000 to July 2002.

Campus Currents

The original monthly newsletter used to keep the communitiy informed of events and activities at Schreiner College. The archives holds issues from its beginning in 1992 to 1997, with a few scattered issues missing. In 1997 it was renamed Inside Schreiner.

Inside Schreiner

Since 1997 this renamed newsletter has kept the Schreiner community up-to-date on events and activities, as well as offering news about Schreiner programs and the occasional story from staff, students, faculty, or friends of Schreiner. The archive holds issues from January 1997 to April 2004 with a few missing issues here and there.


In 1975, the Schreiner College Bulletin: Ex-Student Issue was renamed Scene. Our holdings include 1975 to 1997 (with a few missing issues) and 1999 to 2003.

Schreiner Catalogs

The archive holds copies from 1923 to the present.

Schreiner Finder

The 'picture directory' for Schreiner College, Schreiner Finder served as a convenient way for the campus community. The archive holds copies from 1989 to 1998, as well as fall 1999, and fall 2000 directories.

Schreiner Institute Bulletin

We hold every issue 1923 to 1996.

Student Handbooks

Schreiner Institute: Currently we have only scattered years of these handbooks. Our holdings include one with no date, and the following years: 1959, 1961, 1963, 1965, 1968, 1970, and 1973/74.

Schreiner College: Usually called the "Schreiner Calendar and Student Handbook." Our holdings nclude 1984/5 - 1986/7, 1990/1 - 1997/8, and 1999/2000 - 2000/1.

Schreiner University: We currently hold 2001 to the current year.

Schreiner Recall Yearbooks

Schreiner Institue began publishing a yearbook in 1926, and the tradition was maintained until 1981, when Schreiner phased out all of its secondary school course offerings and became a college. It was also not published in 1944 or 1945 due to the resource-saving efforts of the war era. Holdings include all years 1927-1981, except for 1944, 1945, and 1976-78.

Staff Council News Blurb

Renamed in 1997 as Campus Connection, this newsletter kept Schreiner campus aware of events and the appearance of new employees on campus. Archival holdings include v. 2, no. 5, 7, and 8 (1996) and v. 3, no. 1, 2, 4-6 (1997).

Student Publications

Literary Magazines

Parade: Schreiner's first student literary magazine. Our holdings include 1932 to 1941 (except for the 1938 edition, which was not published), 1955-58, 1961, and 1968. The Parade ceased publication in 1970

Syzygy: Created to replace the Parade. Syzygy was only published 1977 to 1979, when it was renamed The Muse. We hold copies of all three years.

The Muse: First published in 1980 as the renamed student literary magazine. Our holdings include: 1980, 1982-86, 1988-2004.

Student Newspaper:

The Mountaineer

The Mountaineer has been in existence since 1925, but appears to be originally named The Maroon and White. Our holdings currently include three 1925 issues of The Maroon and White" from 1925. Our holdings of the Mountaineer are as follows:

  • Oct. 1925 to Dec. 1931: All issues
  • 1932-36 and 1938-46: Scattered issues
  • Apr. 1950 to Dec. 1973: All issues
  • 1974-81 and 1986-1992: Scattered issues
  • Mar. 1993 to Nov. 1997: All issues
  • Feb. 1998 to Feb. 1999: All issues