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Encyclopedia of Baldwin Wallace University History: Publications - N

An Index of Historical Content and Their Sources

Neophyte

Citation: A. Wesley Roehm, ed., Grindstone (Berea, OH: Baldwin-Wallace College, 1928), p. 198.

A new feature among our college publications was introduced by last year's Freshmen, Class of 1930, when they recorded their activities in a sixteen-page, neatly hound booklet called The Neophyte. By many it will he recalled as having been "issued because of a desire to preserve for ourselves a few of the memories of our Freshman year at Baldwin-Wallace College, and for the purpose of establishing a remembered precedent."

Night Times

Citation: “Evening Session students publish monthly newspaper,” Baldwin-Wallace Alumnus 24, no. 2 (1957): p. 4.

Another student publication appeared on campus Feb. 19—The Baldwin-Wallace Night Times. It is published by and for the Evening Session students and is edited by a full-time reporter for the Elyria Chronicle - Telegram, Pat Mason, a political science major.

Jeri O'Connor, who also works for the Chronicle-Telegram, was appointed assistant editor by the Night School Council, which established the newspaper, a one-page, monthly tabloid.

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