Series - Student Journals

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Student Journals

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  • 1947-2006 (Creation)

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This series consists of the various student journals, newsletters, and other types of literary collections published by the students of St. Michael’s College. Material includes newsletters: The Michael, Ennui, The Seraph, The Bike, Coop News, SMC Clips, SMC News, The Mik, Newsletter of Saint Michael’s College, S.M.U.T, and The Adversary. Material also includes literary collections of poetry, photography, short stories, and formal and informal essays: The Journal, Graffiti, Gryphon, Rune, Saeculum, The Trireme, and The Grammateion. Lastly, material includes The Toronto Handbook of Humour, which compiled interviews with and essays about Toronto’s key comedians and actors in the comedy industry, and the student newspaper, Forum.

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The Foolscap, a journal publication by the students of the University of St. Michael's College Book and Media Studies program, can be found in the John M. Kelly Special Collections.
https://search.library.utoronto.ca/details?9283631

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Copies of Saeculum can be found in circulation at the John M. Kelly Library.
https://search.library.utoronto.ca/details?5839874

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