Undergraduate Publications by Subject Matter

Publications derived from course work - These journals solely contain material originally written for Williams classes, especially although not exclusively creative writing courses.
  1. 21-22 (1935)
  2. New Voices (1956)
  3. Williams Campus Writing (1958)
  4. Williams Review (1959-1960)
  5. The Williams Political Science Review (1973-1980)
  6. Social Inquiry (1982)
Humor magazines
  1. The Purple Cow (1907-1942)
  2. The Griffin (1946)
  3. The Purple Cow (1946-1950); (1952-1963)
  4. The Williams Broken Record (1984)
  5. Mung (1988)
  6. Beeph (1991- )
  7. Mad Cow (1998-)
  8. Williams Trasher (1994-1995)
Other - This category contains miscellaneous publications, which were often targeted for a specific audience. Some of them could have additionally been labelled political or social commentary but instead are grouped here under their principal subject area.

    African-American Students
    1. Pamoja Tutashinda (1972-1973)
    2. Back Talk (1976-1983)
    3. Pamoja Tutashinda (1978-1981)
    4. The Williams Journal of Afro-American Studies (1988)
    College Council
    The Williams College Council Newsletter (1981-1982)

    The Environment

    1. Think Conservation (1980)
    2. The Journal of the Center for Environmental Studies (1980- )
    Freshmen
    1. The Spirit of '78 (1974-1975)
    2. Beph Burger (1975-1976)
    Gay and Lesbian Students
    The Lavendar Albatross (1976)

    International Students
    The Mosaic (1980-1982; 1991)
    People's Native Tongues (1993-1996)

    Naval Training Programs

    1. The Williams Wind Tunnel (1943)
    2. The Blinker (1944)
    Religious Publications
    The Not-So-Ivory Tower (1964)

    Williams Outing Club
    The Side Hill Gouger (1953-1998)

    Women

    1. The Women's Feminist Alliance Newsletter (1974-1978)
    2. The Cauldron (1987- )
    3. The Women's Rag (1994-1995)