Collection of Student Newspapers at Purdue University, 1939-2008 | Purdue University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections
The Collection of Student Newspapers at Purdue University is an artificial collection that documents newspapers produced by students at Purdue University and the Greater Lafayette area. It primarily features underground newspapers that reflect the counterculture of the 1960s-1970s. Other newspapers, primarily from the 1990s-2000s, feature varying political perspectives, such as the conservative Purdue Review. The collection also includes independent student newspapers that focus on apolitical audiences, such as international students. Some issues of newspaper runs are missing, and some newspaper runs were limited to a single or a few issues. Types of materials include newspapers, news clippings, and broadsides.
Please see the attached finding aid for a detailed list of newspapers.
Series 1: Underground and Political Student Newspapers, 1939-2008
Series 2: Independent Student Newspapers, 1967-1971