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. The intent of the publication was to create unity, a sense of community, and class spirit among first year students. Coverage includes the story of first year student John Stinchfield being rescued by his roommate Frank Chadwick after falling through the ice while ice skating.
University of Maine Class of 1936; Scanlin, Donald; Levenson, Roger; Gleszer, Roland; Harriman, Margaret; Mullen, Burton; Sewall, Margaret; LIttle, Henry; Chase, Richard; Sweeney, Alfred; Eliasson, Ann; Brown, Bettina; Fielder, Cecil; Steeves, Louise; McKay, Robert; Buck, Charles; Currier, Carolyn; Gardner, Edith; Garvin, Paul; Philbrook, Elizabeth; Saunders, Ernest; Sealey, John; Sullivan, Bettina; Allen, Marcia; Allen, Rona; Brown, David; Carr, Esther; Fitch, Max; Huff, Donald; and Sturgis, Elliott, "1936 The Freshman, vol. 3, no. 10" (1933). General University of Maine Publications. 2390.
The Freshman. Published Mondays by the students of the freshman class of 1936.
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