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Encyclopedia of Baldwin Wallace University History: Publications - M

An Index of Historical Content and Their Sources

MAEd Messenger

Citation: MAEd Messenger 9, no. 3 (Spring 1991).

MAEd messenger is published three times a year (fall, winter, spring) by Baldwin-Wallace College's Office of College Relations and by the Graduate Alumni Office. It is designed to inform MAEd students and alumni about the academic, social and cultural programs at the College.


Citation: Maelstrom 9, no. 3 (1967): p. 3

Maelstrom is a sometimes edgy, sometimes witty publication and organization on Baldwin-Wallace campus. It’s one part entertaining, one part enlightening, and one part lies in two-part harmony.

We cover an array of the relevant topics and interests in the Age of Dementia: pop-culture, social trends, The Interweb, culture, literature, the arts, and so on.


Citation: Noreen Bonk Garman, ed., Grindstone (Berea, OH: Baldwin-Wallace College, 1955), p. 11.

The Mill offers imaginative writers and would-be journalists an opportunity to express themselves. This literary magazine had not been published for several years and Nancy Stansbury worked hard to revive interest in it. Enthusiasm was high after the first issue was published and the future of the Mill looks bright. Dr. Lappert is the advisor.