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Syracuse University Libraries

WRT 105: Research Starting Points Guide [Instructor, Gabriella Wilson - Fall 2021]

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Publications and organizations follow that are likely to be important if your research beat is the Syracuse University campus; sources below provide current and historical information.  Note - back issues of the D.O and Syracuse Record are shelved at the Library's off-site storage facility.  Links for requesting these appear on classic catalog pages for each:

 

Citrus TV
-SU's student run television studio.  Citrus offers a wide array of news and entertainment programming covering campus events, academic, cultural and social life at Syracuse University.

 

Daily Orange [1963-current]
-In addition to some limited online archival availability via the D.O. website - SU Libraries offers an extensive back issue collection of the Daily Orange in hardcopy and on microfilm.  Microfilm back issues are also available under the newspaper's former title "Syracuse Daily Orange" [1903-1963].

Syracuse Record [1985-2009]
-Until it ceased publication, supplanted by SU's online news services, this print publication was a primary chronicle of university news and events, especially from the perspective of campus faculty and staff.  The library also has back issues of this publication under the former titles of 'Record (Syracuse)' [1977-1985] and 'Syracuse University Record' [1970-1977].  If interested in this publication under titles prior to 1970, contact the Newhouse School Librarian or SU Archives.

Onondagan [1884-recent years]
-The student campus yearbook for Syracuse University.  An extensive collection is maintained at Bird's Library's 6th floor Special Collections Research Center AND some non-circulating additional copies for many past years of the Onondagan volumes spanning selected years within the 20th and 19th Centuries are also browsable in the section of oversize books, Bird Library, 4th Floor - call number OVERSIZE LD 5238 O5