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Creighton University's yearbook, the Bluejay, was published from 1924 through 1941. Publication stopped during World War II and did not resume immediately following the war owing to a lack of student interest. The Bluejay returned in 1949 and was issued each year until 2011, the last year Creighton produced yearbooks.
The Creighton Courier began in June 1912 as a semi-monthly supplement to the Creighton Chronicle, a university journal that mixed campus news with academic articles by faculty. The emergence of the Creightonian led to the discontinuation of the Courier in 1924, but it was revived in November 1925 as a publication aimed at alumni. The Creighton Courier ended in 1927 and was replaced by the Creighton Alumnus magazine.
The first issue of the Creightonian came off the press in October 1922. The weekly student newspaper soon supplanted the Creighton Courier as the primary source of campus news. Today, the student-run Creightonian publishes a weekly print edition as well as an online version during the academic year. (The University Archives has archived the online version of the Creightonian since 2010 as part of a project to archive the university websites.)
A student publication of the Creighton University Dental School.
A collection of the publication "The Jesuit Blackrobe" published bi-monthly by the Wisconsin Provience.
Many different boxes of photographic and digital materials.
From University Relations website: "At University Relations we serve alumni, parents, friends, employees, corporations, foundations and others who have an interest in Creighton. We help these groups stay involved and invested through giving, volunteering, networking, participating in alumni events and programs, communications and more."
A collection of yearbooks for the Society of Jesus published by the Jesuit Seminary Guild based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.