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Dichotomy: School of Architecture Student Journal
Dichotomy: School of Architecture Student Journal

Digital Collection

Since 1978, Dichotomy has been a repository of academic discourse from students and professors as well as luminaries in the fields of architecture and design.  Each issue focuses on a simple yet provocative theme around which articles and featured projects are curated.

Mercy College Student Newspapers
Mercy College Student Newspapers

Digital Collection

From October, 1941 through April 1989, Mercy College of Detroit offered its academic population news and information through the publication of a bi-weekly newspaper. The direction of the publication was to echo the dedication and devotion that defined the life of Catherine McAuley. Coming from the Outer Drive location (as noted in the newspaper’s name), Catherine McAuley’s spirit held a firm place in the scholastic achievement and social life of the students who modeled their lives on hers.

[SIC] Student Arts Journal
[SIC] Student Arts Journal

Digital Collection

UDM’s irreverent, profound, and visually innovative undergraduate arts journal. Established in 1992, [sic] is published annually by the English Department’s Dudley Randall Center for Print Culture. The journal is edited and designed by students and features photography, fine art, poetry, fiction, and prose. Its mission: giving voice and vision to UDM’s exceptionally creative student body.

Tamarack
Tamarack

Digital Collection

A Tamarack is a type of pine tree with reddish-brown bark and blue-green needles. It's also the name of a series of publications from the University of Detroit that appeared between 1890 and 1923. These are considered the first issues of what in 1923 would be absorbed by the Varsity Newspaper that started its publication in 1918.

Thesis Collection [Print]
Thesis Collection [Print]

Print Collection

While many bachelors and masters theses have been digitized and are accessible on the web via our digital Thesis Collection, there are still over 8,000 of these works that are only accessible in print on site. This bibliography of this print collection is intended to improve the findability of these valuable student-created resources by collecting their authors, titles, publication dates, and call numbers, along with program and degree information, in a single location.

Thesis Collections [Online]
Thesis Collections [Online]

Digital Collection

The University of Detroit Mercy Libraries/Instructional Design Studio present these bachelors and masters theses as fulfillment of students' requirements for graduation. The theses reflect the research, analysis, creative interpretation, and writing of the respective students. The University of Detroit Mercy accepts these theses as the original work of each student without endorsement of any specific theories, themes, architecture structure or creative interpretation.

University of Detroit Yearbook Collection
University of Detroit Yearbook Collection

Digital Collection

Yearbooks represent a history of university organizations, activities, athletics, faculty, and graduates of the specified year as prepared from the perspective of students. The intent of this yearbook database is to preserve the history of the university, to make this unique material more accessible to everyone, and to give alumni an opportunity to sit back and remember the good times and exceptional education they received from this esteemed University.

Varsity News
Varsity News

Digital Collection

For more than nine decades, The Varsity News has captured the pulse of our campuses. The student-run newspaper began publishing in 1918, and continues to this day. This archive brings together more than one thousand issues, representing most of those years.

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