This collection of student publications and artifacts distinguishes RUNA as an archival repository. The rare materials housed here illuminate how academic life at Rutgers-Newark was grounded in its legacy institutions. The materials in this group of holdings also provide a glimpse into student extracurricular activities and in particular, a consistent affinity with the arts, humanities and culture through the decades.
“?”: published by students of the College Department of New Jersey Law School, 1928
Discovery: the journal of the humanities and social sciences of University College, 1974-1984
Gallery: a collection of writings by students of the Newark Colleges of Rutgers, 1948-1983
The Student Prints: published by the students of the College Department of New Jersey Law School, 1929
The Troubadour: published by the students of the College Department of New Jersey Law School, 1929
The : published by the Dana College student council, 1933
The Much Ado: published by the Dana College student council, 1934
First Flight: a collection of writings by students and recent alumni of the University of Newark, 1938, 1940
Provocateur: a journal of opinion, 1971-1972
Untitled: the literary magazine of University College, 1956-1991
Untitled: the literary magazine of Rutgers at Newark, 1992-1995
Newark Days: literary magazine published by the students of the Honors College at Rutgers-Newark, 2 issues, 1999, 2002
The Newark Targum, 2006
Four issues of a student newspaper established in 2006 by the publishers of the Rutgers Daily Targum with a circulation of 5000. Written and managed by students with a Newark focus.
Rutgers University College Women's Club scrapbook, 1948-1963
Rutgers College Women’s Club scrap book documents social activities hosted by the organization, especially student dances and field trips. The scrapbook contains meeting minutes, news clippings including wedding announcements, and event flyers.
Encore, Newark School of Arts and Sciences, 1936-2019
Legacy, New Jersey School of Law, 1931-1934
Seth Boyden School of Business, 1928-1936
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