Browse Exhibits (6 total)

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Yearbooks

The University of Baltimore Yearbooks are from 1928 to 1975, with the exception of 1936.

The University of Baltimore was founded in 1925 to provide an opportunity for working adults to receive degrees in law and business, graduating its first class in 1928. This graduating class began the tradition of publishing an annual yearbook, known as The Reporter. This title was suggested to the editorial staff by Dr. Edgar T. Fell, professor of admiralty law. 

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Photographs

The University of Baltimore Photographs Collection includes images from the University Archives that depict the former athletics program, the campus, significant events, and student life. The photographs are drawn from archival collections that were generated by diverse units of the University and cover the period from 1925 to the present.

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Academic Catalogs

Access the University of Baltimore's academic course catalogs from 1925 to 2010. Catalogs from law, business, liberal arts, undergraduate, and graduate studies are all represented in the collection. These publications document the evolving curriculum and administrative structure of the University. 

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Student Newspapers

The University of Baltimore Student Newspaper Collection contains issues dating from 1933 to 2018. The University of Baltimore Student Newspaper has experienced several name changes over the years including Maroon Bee, The Baloo, Student press, UBique, The Hub, and The UB post. 

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Student Journals

Student Journals are a collection of the University of Baltimore’s premier publications which are run by University of Baltimore's students. 

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Oral History Project, 1971-1983

The University of Baltimore Oral History Project was started in 1971 by the Special Collections Department of the University of Baltimore Library. Adele Newburger, a Langsdale library staff, directed the project. Its purpose was to preserve, through tape recorded interviews, information that was available only in the minds of the people who participated in events surrounding the development of the University of Baltimore.