University of Maine
The Freshman was a weekly, student newsletter issued on Mondays throughout the academic year. The newsletter included calendar notices, coverage of campus social events, lectures, and athletic teams.
Here it is! This is the first edition of the FRESHMAN. It is our paper, written by freshmen for freshmen.
This first edition is given to you through the courtesy of the M.C.A., and you will soon be called upon to decide whether you wish to subscribe to it. The price will be less than fifty cents for the entire year, and will be added to your class dues.
The material within these pages is widely diversified, and every form of freshman activity is included in its scope. Its purpose is to unite a class which is now to the University, and to promote better class spirit.
University of Maine Class of 1936; Scanlin, Donald; Levenson, Roger; Little, Henry; Chase, Richard; Gleszer, Roland; Harriman, Margaret; Mullen, Burton; Sewall, Margaret; Sweeney, Alfred; Eliasson, Ann; and Fielder, Cecil, "1936 The Freshman, vol. 3, no. 1" (1932). General University of Maine Publications. 2382.
The Freshman. Published Mondays by the students of the freshman class of 1936.
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