Student Publications, Journalism
Publications, Journalism Records
Creator: School of Journalism
Creator: College of Journalism and Mass
Quantity: 1 box (0.5 linear feet)
Collection Number: RG 14-08-01
Copyright: To inquire about usage, please contact Archives & Special Collections,
University of Nebraska–Lincoln Libraries. For more information see the
Preferred Citation: Student Publications, Journalism Records (RG 14-08-01). Archives & Special
Collections, University of Nebraska–Lincoln Libraries.
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.
Scope and Content:
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
Journalism -- Periodicals
University of Nebraska--Lincoln. School of Journalism
University of Nebraska--Lincoln. College of Journalism and Mass Communications
Box 1. Folder 1. Nebraska Newspaper, 1948, Dec.
Box 1. Folder 2. University of Nebraska News, School of Journalism Edition, 1949, Oct.-1960, Nov.
Box 1. Folder 3. Lincoln Free Press, 1968, Nov. 6
Box 1. Folder 4. Insight ’69, 1969, Jan.
Box 1. Folder 5. Campus in Conflict Two Weeks in
May, 1970, July (see map cases)
Box 1. Folder 6. Rights in Conflict, 1970, July (see map cases)
Box 1. Folder 7. Static, 1970, Winter-1973, Winter
Box 1. Folder 8. Lincoln Free Press, 1970, Nov. 4
Box 1. Folder 9. A Newspaper, 1971, Jan.
Box 1. Folder 10. Documentary Project Geneva, 1976 (see map cases)
Box 1. Folder 11. 30 Magazine, 1976-1977 (see also map cases)
Box 1. Folder 12. A Photo Sampler, 1977, Apr. (see map cases)
Box 1. Folder 13. Ourselves, 1983, Oct. 17 (see map cases)
Box 1. Folder 14. The Writers' Bloc, 1983, May
Box 1. Folder 15. The Nebraska Notebook, 1986, 1989
Box 1. Folder 16. Nebraska Lede, 1994, Spring
Box 1. Folder 17. The Nebraska Reporter, 1997, Jan. (see map cases)