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UW-Superior University Archives
Learn more about the University Archives at UW-Superior.
The catalog of the University presents the complete list of course offerings, as well as information about the community, a full listing of the various programs and degrees, and instructions for admission. In the early years the catalogs also contained a history of the institution and lists of faculty, students, and - since UW-Superior was originally a 'Normal' school for teacher training - a list of children by grade level. The catalogs presented begin with the opening of the campus in 1896-7. Eventually, catalogs were published on a 2-year rotation. The final catalog digitized on this site is for 2010-2012.
The Peptomist from 1920-1974
The Promethean from 1975-May 2006
The first issues of the Stinger, 2006-2007 (this is the last year available in the on-line collection)
The Gitche Gumee is available on-line from its inception in 1909 through 1972 when the yearbook ceased publication.
How To Use the Student Publication Archives
You can browse all collections, or search by entering a name or phrase into the search field and clicking "Search."
To limit to a publication or to a specific date range, click on the options on the search bar.
Once at the results page, you may toggle between results and page view. Click on any citation (or on "Show Document") to view the desired page; to return to the list, click "Show Previews" on the tool bar.
You can also turn the page by clicking the forward/back arrows.
Results of your search will display in PDF format, which can be saved, printed, or emailed.
Digitization funding for this collection was provided by the Student Differential Tuition for the Jim Dan Hill Library.