Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
African newspaper collection
The African newspaper collection consists of newspapers published in various African countries, as well as newspapers about Africa published internationally. The newspapers here represent over fifty years of journalistic publications produced on and about the African continent. The newspapers are singular or short runs of typically less than 3-5 issues of titles that were not subscribed to for longer runs.
Betty Kayleyta Shay papers
The Betty Kaleyta Shay papers consists of materials related to her experience as a Michigan State University-University of Nigeria Student Exchange (MINEX) program student. Included are travel itineraries and program information, and items she saved from her travels such as brochures, a menu, and postcards. There are also essay tests that she took, photographs, and Nigerian newspapers.
Board of Student Publications records
Broadside newspaper (Flint, Mich)
The collection contains a full run of 24 issues of Broadside newspaper published in Flint, Michigan from 2009-2014. The newspaper includes articles related to issues in Flint as well as national issues, poetry, commentary, and photographs. Other topics incude people and business in the Flint community. MSU professor, Bonnie Bucqueroux, contributed articles to the newspaper.
Changing Men vertical files
Artificial collection collected over a span of 3 decades by Special Collections staff.
Charles Westie papers
Civil War Period Newspapers collection
This collection includes single issues of American newspapers from the Civil War period which do not directly relate to other Historical Collections. The April 1865 issues of the New York Herald and the Weekly Journal of Commerce report the surrender of General Robert E. Lee and the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln.
College Speculum, The UA 12.7.5
Colon Christopher Lillie papers
The papers of Colon Lillie consist of one photo album (1884) containing portraits of faculty and students, a Michigan Agricultural College Commencement program (1884), a list of members of the M.A.C. class of 1885, and undated newspaper clippings.