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1963 was the 100th year of state colleges in Wisconsin. These documents represent the histories collected on Stout State College's fraternities and sororities.

Histories, literary publications, and other materials produced by Stout students, faculty, and staff

Prometheus is UW-Stout's annual creative arts journal. It is a student produced project and not an official publication of the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Each issue contains student photographs, graphics, poetry, fiction, and non-fiction. This collection consists of digitized materials from Stout Series 98. This does not include all materials from the series.

Contains pictures of Stout and surrounding areas

Stoutonia is the official student newspaper of the University of Wisconsin-Stout and its predecessors. Stoutonia was written and edited by students, and its first issue was published on March 17, 1915. This collection includes digitized and born digital materials from Stout Series 71. This does not include all materials from the series.

Termites was an annual student literary publication containing student photographs, graphics, poetry, fiction, and non-fiction. This collection consists of digitized materials from Stout Series 17. This does not include all materials from the series.

Published by UW-Stout annually

Published by Stout students

Published by UW-Stout students

The Tower yearbook was an annual student publication consisting of individual photographs of students and faculty. Volumes featured a variety of special sections about the campus, surrounding community, athletics, organizations, and activities. The first volume was published in 1909, and the final volume was produced in 1989. In 1919, the university did not produce a volume. This collection consists of scans from Stout Series 15. This does not include all materials from the series.

Published by UW-Stout students

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