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Last Updated: May 16, 2018     Views: 53

Butler students create several publications every year.

Manuscripts Undergraduate Literary Magazine: A student-run magazine that produces one issue each year.  Manuscripts has opened submissions up to any undergraduate student in the state of Indiana. Issues have been digitized and are available via Digital Commons here. Physical copies are also kept in Archives (under the original publication name MSS). 

Booth Books: Formerly known as Pressgang, a small press associated with the MFA program at Butler University that publishes fiction, poetry, essays, etc.

Booth Graduate Literary Magazine: This magazine is also run by graduate students, and produces one issue per year.

BUWell: An online science publication that focuses on health sciences

Collegian: The student-run campus newspaper. Digitized copies are available here. Current editions are available digitally here; Irwin Library usually has a print copy of the most recent Collegian issue in the first floor newspaper shelving in the browsing area near the snack machines. Early issues of the Collegian are available on microfilm.