Alumni magazine

An alumni magazine is a magazine published by a university, college, or other school or by an association of a school's alumni (and sometimes current students) in order to keep alumni abreast of fellow alumni and news of their university, often with an implicit goal of fundraising.

An emerging version of alumni magazines are unrelated to educational institutions. Instead the intended readers are former employees of a company. An example of this type of alumni magazine is MoForever magazine of the law firm of Morrison & Foerster.[1][Note 1]

History

The oldest alumni magazine in the United States is Yale Alumni Magazine, founded in 1891.[3]

List of alumni magazines

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Magazine name Educational institution
116th and Broadway Columbia Journalism School

A

Magazine name Educational institution
ACU Today Abilene Christian University
AIU ink American InterContinental University
Alabama Alumni Magazine University of Alabama
AlbanyLaw Magazine Albany Law School
The Alcalde The University of Texas at Austin
Alumni & Friends University of Jamestown
Alumni Magazine Black Hills State University
Alumnus University of Michigan
ALUMNUS Mississippi State University
American University Magazine American University
Amherst Amherst College
Arches University of Puget Sound
Arizona Aumni Magazine University of Arizona
Aspire: The Lehigh Carbon Community College Magazine Lehigh Carbon Community College
ASU Magazine Arizona State University
AtBuffalo State University of New York at Buffalo
Auburn Magazine Auburn University

B

Magazine name Educational institution
Baruch College Alumni Magazine Baruch College
Bates Magazine Bates College
Baylor Magazine Baylor University
The Bell Thiel College
Bellarmine Magazine Bellarmine University
Bentley Magazine Bentley University
Berkeley Carroll School Magazine Berkeley Carroll School
Berry Berry College
Binghamton University Magazine Binghamton University
Biola Magazine Biola University
Bluffton Bluffton University
Boston College Magazine Boston College
Bostonia Boston University
Brandeis Magazine Brandeis University
BROOME Magazine SUNY Broome Community College
Brown Alumni Magazine Brown University
Brown Medicine Brown University's Alpert Medical School
Bucknell Magazine Bucknell University
BYU Magazine Brigham Young University

C

Magazine name Educational institution
Cal State East Bay California State University, East Bay
California Magazine University of California, Berkeley
CAM University of Cambridge
Carlson School University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management
The Carthaginian Carthage College
Case Alumnus Case Western Reserve University's Case School of Engineering
Castleton Magazine Castleton University
Cedarville Magazine Cedarville University
Clark Magazine Clark University
CMC Magazine Claremont McKenna College
Colby Magazine Colby College
Coloradan University of Colorado Boulder
Columbia Business Columbia Business School
Columbia College Today Columbia University's Columbia College
Columbia Engineering Columbia University's Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science
Columbia Law School Magazine Columbia Law School
Columbia Magazine Columbia University
Columbia Medicine Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons
Columbia Nursing Columbia University School of Nursing
Columns University of Washington
Connections Minot State University
Cornell Alumni Magazine Cornell University
Crossroads Magazine Missouri Southern State University
Cumberland Lawyer Stamford University's Stanford Law School
Cumberlands Alumni Magazine University of the Cumberlands
Cupola Moses Brown School

D

Magazine name Educational institution
Dakota State Magazine Dakota State University
Dartmouth Alumni Magazine Dartmouth College
Denver Law University of Denver's Sturm College of Law
DePaul Magazine DePaul University
DePauw Magazine DePauw University
DEMO Columbia College Chicago
Dialogues Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising
Dickinson Magazine Dickinson College
Drexel Magazine Drexel University
Drexel University College of Medicine Alumni Magazine Drexel University's College of Medicine
DSU Magazine Dixie State University
Duke Magazine Duke University

E

Magazine name Educational institution
Eastern Magazine Eastern Washington University
EKU Magazine Eastern Kentucky University
Elizabethtown Elizabethtown College
Emory & Henry Emory & Henry College
The Evergreen Magazine The Evergreen State College
Exchange Institute for the International Education of Students

F

Magazine name Educational institution
Farmington First University of Maine at Farmington
Flagler College Magazine Flagler College
Florida Gator Magazine University of Florida
Florida State Law Florida State University College of Law
Fordham News Fordham University
Forward Seton Hall University
Fox Focus Temple University's Fox School of Business
Foxcraft Foxcroft Academy
Framingham State Framingham State University
Franklin College Magazine Franklin College (Indiana)

G

Magazine name Educational institution
GēDUNK Grove City College
Georgetown Law Georgetown University Law Center
Georgetown Magazine Georgetown University
Georgia Magazine University of Georgia
Georgia State University Magazine Georgia State University
Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine Georgia Institute of Technology
Gold Coaster Harvard University's Adams House
Gonzaga Magazine Gonzaga University
The Graduate University of Arkansas's Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences
gssmNOW South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics
GW Magazine George Washington University

H

Magazine name Educational institution
Hamline Magazine Hamline University
Harvard Magazine Harvard University
Harvard Business School Alumni Bulletin Harvard Business School
Havorford Haverford College
Here We Have Idaho Magazine University of Idaho
Howard Magazine Howard University
Hue Fashion Institute of Technology
Huntsman Alumni Magazine Utah State University's Jon M. Huntsman School of Business

I

Magazine name Educational institution
Illinois State Illinois State University
Illuster Utrecht University
Indiana University Alumni Magazine Indiana University
Industrial & Systems Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology's H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering
inPractice Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences
Iowa Alumni Magazine University of Iowa
ISU Magazine Idaho State University
IUP Magazine Indiana University of Pennsylvania

J

Magazine name Educational institution
John Carroll University John Carroll University

K

Magazine name Educational institution
K-Stater Kansas State University
Kansas Alumni University of Kansas
The Kenyon College Alumni Bulletin Kenyon College
Knightlines University of Bridgeport
Knox Magazine Knox College (Illinois)

L

Magazine name Educational institution
Lift Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University
Link Kansas State University's Global Campus
LMU Loyola Marymount University
Loquitur Vermont Law School
LSU Alumni Magazine Louisiana State University
LSU Geology & Geophysics Alumni Magazine Louisiana State University's Department of Geology & Geophysics
Luther Alumni Magazine Luther College (Iowa)
Lynchburg College Magazine Lynchburg College

M

Magazine name Educational institution
Maine Alumni Magazine University of Maine
Marian University Magazine Marian University (Indiana)
Marriot Alumni Magazine Brigham Young University's Marriot School of Management
Mars Hill: The Magazine of Mars Hill University Mars Hill University
Maryland Carey Law University of Maryland's Francis King Carey School of Law
Mayo Clinic Alumni Mayo Clinic
Medical Alumni Magazine Joint Medical Program of the University of Newcastle and the University of New England (both in Australia)
Metropolitan Denver Magazine Metropolitan State University of Denver
McCombs University of Texas at Austin's McCombs School of Business
MCLA Alumni Magazine Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
Miamiam Miami University
Middlebury Magazine Middlebury College
Middlesex Middlesex School
Mines Magazine Colorado School of Mines
Minnesota Alumni University of Minnesota
Mirage Magazine University of New Mexico
Missouri S&T Magazine Missouri University of Science and Technology
MIT Sloan MIT Sloan School of Management
MIZZOU University of Missouri
Monmouth University Magazine Monmouth University
Montanan University of Montana
Montclair State University Magazine Montclair State University
Moody Alumni News Moody Bible Institute
MSU Alumni Magazine Michigan State University
Muhlenberg Muhlenberg College

N

Magazine name Educational institution
Nebraska Magazine University of Nebraska–Lincoln
New Paltz State University of New York at New Paltz
New York Law School Magazine New York Law School
Newhouse Network Syracuse University's S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
NMH Magazine Northfield Mount Hermon School
Northeastern Northeastern University
Northeastern College of Professional Studies Alumni Magazine Northeastern University's Northeastern College of Professional Studies
Northern Magazine Northern Michigan University
Northwest Alumni Magazine Northwest Missouri State University
Northwestern Northwestern University

O

Magazine name Educational institution
Oberlin Alumni Magazine Oberlin College
Ohio State Alumni Ohio State University
Ohio TodayF Ohio University
Old Dominion University Old Dominion University
On Wisconsin University of Wisconsin–Madison
Oregon Stater Oregon State University
OSWEGO State University of New York at Oswego
The Owl Columbia University School of General Studies
Oxford Today: The University Magazine Oxford University

P

Magazine name Educational institution
Pacific Review University of the Pacific (California)
Penn GSE Magazine University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education
The Penn Stater Pennsylvania State University
Phoenix Focus University of Phoenix
Pierce Alumni Magazine Franklin Pierce University
Portland State Magazine Portland State University
Prairie The Prairie School (Racine, Wisconsin)
Presbyterian College Magazine Presbyterian College
The Pride St. Mark's School of Texas
Primus Columbia University College of Dental Medicine
Princeton Alumni Weekly Princeton University
Principia Purpose Principia College
Providence College Magazine Providence College
Purchase Purchase College, State University of New York

Q

Magazine name Educational institution
QuadAngles University of Rhode Island

R

Magazine name Educational institution
Reed Magazine Reed College
Regis Regis High School (New York City)
Regis University Magazine Regis University
Rensselaer Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Rhode Island College Magazine Rhode Island College
Rider Rider University
Ripon Magazine Ripon College (Wisconsin)
RISD XYZ Rhode Island School of Design
Rowan Magazine Rowan University
Rutgers Magazine Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

S

Magazine name Educational institution
Sac State Magazine California State University, Sacramento
Saint Francis University of Saint Francis (Indiana)
St. John's University Alumni Magazine St. John's University (New York City)
St. Lawrence St. Lawrence University
Saint Mary's Magazine Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
Saint Michael's College Magazine Saint Michael's College
St. Norbert College Magazine St. Norbert College
St. Olaf Magazine St. Olaf College
St. Thomas Magazine University of St. Thomas (Minnesota)
The Scarab Medical College of Virginia
Sesame Open University
Shafer Court Connections Virginia Commonwealth University
Shareholder Saint Louis University's John Cook School of Business
Shipmate United States Naval Academy
Siena News Magazine Siena College
SIPA Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs
Southern Alumni Magazine Southern Connecticut State University
Southern News Florida Southern College
Spark Magazine Calvin College
Stanford Magazine Stanford University
STATE South Dakota State University
State Oklahoma State University
STERN business New York University Stern School of Business
The Stevens Indicator Stevens Institute of Technology
Stevenson Alumni Magazine Stevenson School
Stonehill Alumni Magazine Stonehill College
Suffolk Law Alumni Magazine Suffolk University Law School
Superscript Columbia Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
SUU in View Southern Utah University

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Magazine name Educational institution
TCNJ Magazine The College of New Jersey
TCU Magazine Texas Christian University
The Tennessee Alumnus University of Tennessee (all campuses)
Texas Aggie Texas A&M University
The Tower Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
Tradition Cranbrook Schools
Triton University of California, San Diego
Troy University Magazine Troy University
Tufts Magazine Tufts University

U

Magazine name Educational institution
UC Hastings University of California, Hastings College of the Law
UC Santa Cruz Review University of California, Santa Cruz
UCLA Magazine University of California, Los Angeles
UConn Magazine University of Connecticut
UH Alumni Quarterly University of Houston
UMASS Amherst University of Massachusetts Amherst
UMASS Lowell Magazine for Alumni and Friends University of Massachusetts Lowell
UMASSD Magazine University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
UMBC Magazine University of Maryland, Baltimore County
UMKC School of Law University of Missouri–Kansas City School of Law
UNCP Magazine University of North Carolina at Greensboro
UNCP Today University of North Carolina at Pembroke
UNH Magazine University of New Hampshire
Union College: A Magazine for Alumni and Friends Union College
The University Magazine Rochester Institute of Technology
The University of Chicago Magazine University of Chicago
University of Dayton Magazine University of Dayton
University of New Haven Alumni Magazine University of New Haven
The University of Virginia Magazine University of Virginia
UNO Magazine University of Nebraska Omaha
Ursinus College Magazine Ursinus College
USC Trojan Family Magazine University of Southern California
UVU Magazine Utah Valley University
UWYO Magazine University of Wyoming

V

Magazine name Educational institution
Vanderbilt Magazine Vanderbilt University
Vermont Quarterly University of Vermont
VISIONS Iowa State University

W

Magazine name Educational institution
W&J Magazine Washington & Jefferson College
W&M College of William & Mary
Wake Forest Magazine Wake Forest University
Walden Alumni Magazine Walden University
Washington and Lee Law Alumni Magazine Washington and Lee University School of Law
Washington College Magazine Washington College
Washington Magazine Washington University in St. Louis
Washington Square: The Stories of San Jose State University San Jose State University
Washington State Magazine Washington State University
Wayne State Magazine Wayne State University
Wesleyan Today Wesleyan University
Western Magazine Western Illinois University
Wharton Magazine Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
Wheaton Wheaten College (Illinois)
Whitman Magazine Whitman College
Williams Magazine Williams College
WKU Spirit Western Kentucky University
WKWSCI Alumni Magazine Nanyang Technological University's Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
WVU Magazine West Virginia University

Y

Magazine name Educational institution
Yale Alumni Magazine Yale University
Yale Law Report Yale Law School
Youngstown State University: A Magazine for Alumni and Friends Youngstown State University

Notes

  1. ^ The emerging type of alumni magazines for former employees of a company should not be confused with any fictional alumni magazines whose intended readers are former customers of the company (for example, the Flown magazine, with former passengers of Delta Air Lines as the target readership, as reported in satirical newspaper The Onion).[2]

References

  1. ^ "Morrison-Foerster-(MoFo) alumni magazine". agendanyc.com. Retrieved 30 Nov 2016.
  2. ^ "Delta Launches Alumni Magazine For People Who Flew Airline Previously". The Onion. Chicago. 7 Aug 2014. Retrieved 30 Nov 2016.
  3. ^ "About Us". yalealumnimagazine.com. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University. Retrieved 27 Nov 2016.
Adams House (Harvard College)

Adams House is one of twelve undergraduate residential Houses at Harvard University, located between Harvard Square and the Charles River in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Its name commemorates the services of the Adams family, including John Adams, the second president of the United States, and John Quincy Adams, the sixth president.

Andy Samberg

Andy Samberg (born August 18, 1978) is an American actor, comedian, writer, producer, and musician. He is a member of the comedy music group The Lonely Island and was a cast member on Saturday Night Live (2005–2012), where he and his fellow group members have been credited with popularizing the SNL Digital Shorts.Samberg has starred in several films, including Hot Rod (2007), I Love You, Man (2009), That's My Boy (2012), Celeste and Jesse Forever (2012), Hotel Transylvania (2012), Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015), Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (2018), Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping (2016), and Storks (2016).

Since 2013, he stars as Jake Peralta in the police sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine, for which he was awarded a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy in 2014.

BYU Magazine

BYU Magazine is the alumni magazine of Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah, United States. It is published quarterly and is edited by Peter B. Gardner.

Boola Boola

"Boola Boola" is a football song of Yale University. Despite its popularity, it is not the official fight song; that is "Bull Dog", by Cole Porter.

Brown University

Brown University is a private Ivy League research university in Providence, Rhode Island. Founded in 1764 as the College in the English Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, it is the seventh-oldest institution of higher education in the United States and one of the nine colonial colleges chartered before the American Revolution.At its foundation, Brown was the first college in the U.S. to accept students regardless of their religious affiliation. Its engineering program was established in 1847. It was one of the early doctoral-granting U.S. institutions in the late 19th century, adding masters and doctoral studies in 1887. In 1969, Brown adopted a New Curriculum sometimes referred to as the Brown Curriculum after a period of student lobbying. The New Curriculum eliminated mandatory "general education" distribution requirements, made students "the architects of their own syllabus" and allowed them to take any course for a grade of satisfactory or unrecorded no-credit. In 1971, Brown's coordinate women's institution, Pembroke College, was fully merged into the university; Pembroke Campus now includes dormitories and classrooms used by all of Brown.

Undergraduate admissions is highly selective, with an acceptance rate of 7.2% for the class of 2022. The university comprises the College, the Graduate School, Alpert Medical School, the School of Engineering, the School of Public Health and the School of Professional Studies (which includes the IE Brown Executive MBA program). Brown's international programs are organized through the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, and the university is academically affiliated with the Marine Biological Laboratory and the Rhode Island School of Design. The Brown/RISD Dual Degree Program, offered in conjunction with the Rhode Island School of Design, is a five-year course that awards degrees from both institutions.

Brown's main campus is located in the College Hill Historic District in the city of Providence, Rhode Island. The University's neighborhood is a federally listed architectural district with a dense concentration of Colonial-era buildings. Benefit Street, on the western edge of the campus, contains "one of the finest cohesive collections of restored seventeenth- and eighteenth-century architecture in the United States".As of August 2018, 8 Nobel Prize winners have been affiliated with Brown University as alumni, faculty members or researchers. In addition, Brown's faculty and alumni include five National Humanities Medalists and ten National Medal of Science laureates. Other notable alumni include eight billionaire graduates, a U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice, four U.S. Secretaries of State and other Cabinet officials, 54 members of the United States Congress, 56 Rhodes Scholars, 52 Gates Cambridge Scholars 49 Marshall Scholars, 14 MacArthur Genius Fellows, 21 Pulitzer Prize winners, various royals and nobles, as well as leaders and founders of Fortune 500 companies.

Buzz (mascot)

Buzz is the current official mascot of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Buzz is usually represented as a stylized yellowjacket with yellow-and-black fur, white wings, a yellow head, and antennae. Buzz is almost never drawn with six legs, but rather with arms, legs, hands (in white gloves) and feet (in black Converse high tops), like a human. Invented in 1972 and restyled in 1979, Buzz reflects the tradition of referring to Georgia Tech students as "Yellow Jackets." Buzz is also one of Georgia Tech's emblems and trademarks, one that they defended in a 1998 legal conflict with the Salt Lake Buzz.

Georgia Tech Alumni Association

The Georgia Tech Alumni Association is the official alumni association for the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). Originally known as the Georgia Tech National Alumni Association, it was chartered in June 1908 and incorporated in 1947. Its offices have been in the L. W. "Chip" Roberts, Jr. Alumni House on North Avenue since 1979.Its first presidents (starting in 1921) were William H. Glenn, followed by L. W. Robert, Jr. and Y. Frank Freeman. The current president and CEO of the alumni association is Joseph P. Irwin, who has held the post since 1999. Other notable presidents include Cherry L. Emerson, Bobby Jones, and Frank A. Hooper.As of June 2010, there were approximately 126,000 living alumni of Georgia Tech. Since 2006, Georgia Tech alumni have given between $30 million to $40 million a year, providing about 30 to 40 percent of the institute's development funds. Georgia Tech is ranked third in alumni giving among public universities, and 26th overall.

Harding School of Theology

Harding School of Theology, known until 2011 as Harding University Graduate School of Religion, is located in Memphis, Tennessee, in the United States. It is an entity related to the private Christian university associated with the Churches of Christ known as Harding University, the main campus of which is in Searcy, Arkansas. Harding School of Theology exists primarily to train religious ministers for congregations of the Churches of Christ. It is located in East Memphis on a campus which consists of part of a large estate given by a wealthy donor, on property shared with the K-12 church affiliated private school Harding Academy.

In 2011 the institution's administration announced the change of name, from Harding University Graduate School of Religion to Harding School of Theology. The name changed represented a "rebranding strategy that seeks to reflect better the School's goal of equipping and inspiring servants of Christ with deeper faith and higher standards of scholarship"—as indicated in the alumni magazine.

Montanan (magazine)

The Montanan is the University of Montana's (UM) alumni magazine with a circulation of over 113,000 - making it the largest circulating magazine from Montana, United States. It is one of eleven publications of the University of Montana's University Relations published in its current state since 1983 though Montanan as a magazine has been published at the university since at least 1920.

Oregon Quarterly

The Oregon Quarterly is an American alumni magazine published by the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon. The magazine was started in 1919 as Old Oregon.According to the website:

Oregon Quarterly is the magazine of the University of Oregon. Four times a year, we present the diversity of ideas and people associated with the University, Oregon, and the Northwest. Just as the University of Oregon is a state and regional center for learning, teaching, research, and service, Oregon Quarterly is a state and regional magazine of good writing and important ideas.

Princeton Alumni Weekly

The Princeton Alumni Weekly (PAW) is a magazine published for the alumni of Princeton University. It was founded in 1900 and, until 1977, it was the only weekly college alumni magazine in the United States. Upon changing to biweekly publication in 1977, the number of issues per year decreased from twenty-eight to twenty-one, and then later decreased to seventeen. It still remains the most frequently published alumni magazine in the world, currently publishing 14 times per year.

Princeton–Yale football rivalry

The Princeton–Yale football rivalry is an American college football rivalry between the Princeton Tigers of Princeton University and the Yale Bulldogs of Yale University. The football rivalry is among the oldest in American sports.

Sterling Memorial Library

Sterling Memorial Library (SML) is the main library building of the Yale University Library system in New Haven, Connecticut, United States. Opened in 1931, the library was designed by James Gamble Rogers as the centerpiece of Yale's Gothic Revival campus. The library's tower has sixteen levels of bookstacks containing over 4 million volumes. Several special collections—including the university's Manuscripts & Archives—are also housed in the building. It connects via tunnel to the underground Bass Library, which holds an additional 150,000 volumes.

Sterling Library is elaborately ornamented, featuring extensive sculpture and painting as well as hundreds of panes of stained glass created by G. Owen Bonawit. In addition to the book tower, Rogers' design featured five large reading rooms and two courtyards, one of which is now a music library.

Stuart Carlson

Stuart Carlson is a former editorial cartoonist for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. His cartoons usually followed the moderate editorial stance of that paper.

Carlson was raised in West Bend, Wisconsin and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1978 at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. After graduating, Carlson worked as a cartoonist for the West Allis Post/Star and as a reporter for the West Bend News.Carlson came to the Milwaukee Sentinel in 1983, and stayed with the company after it merged with the Milwaukee Journal in 1995. During the course of his career there his awards included the 1995 John Fischetti Award; his selection as the nation's best cartoonist in 1991 by the National Press Foundation; numerous best cartoon of the year honors from the Milwaukee Press Club; the 1986 Robert W. Gillespie Sentinel Staff Award for Excellence; and the 1988 University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee's Young Alumni Award.

Carlson accepted a buyout from the Journal Sentinel, and departed from the paper on August 1, 2008. As of 2009, Carlson did freelance work and illustrated a humor column for UWM Today, the alumni magazine of his alma mater.His work, distributed to approximately 35 newspapers by the Universal Press Syndicate, has appeared in the New York Times, Newsweek, the Washington Post, Barron's, Playboy and on ABC News' Nightline.

Suffolk University Law School

Suffolk University Law School (also known as "Suffolk Law School"). Suffolk University Law School is a private, non-sectarian law school located in downtown Boston, Massachusetts. Suffolk University Law School was founded in 1906 by Gleason Archer, Sr. to provide a legal education for those who traditionally lacked the opportunity to study law because of socio-economic or racial discrimination. Suffolk is the fourth-oldest New England law school in continuous existence.

The law school currently has both day and evening, part-time divisions. Suffolk University Law School has been accredited by the American Bar Association since 1953 and the Association of American Law Schools since 1977. The school is located in Sargent Hall on Tremont Street in downtown Boston. Suffolk offers over 200 upper-level electives, the most of any law school in the country, and is consistently ranked one of the most technologically advanced schools in the nation. Suffolk publishes six law reviews, to which students, faculty, and other scholars contribute. Suffolk University Law School alumni are found in high-level judicial, political, and private positions throughout the United States. With over 25,000 alumni, Suffolk is the fourth largest law school in the United States.According to Suffolk Law's 2017 ABA-required disclosures, 148 members of the Class of 2017 obtained full-time, long-term, JD-required employment nine months after graduation.

The Alcalde

The Alcalde (; Spanish: [alˈkalde]) has been the alumni magazine of The University of Texas at Austin since 1913, and is published by the university's alumni association, the Texas Exes.The magazine was named for Oran M. Roberts, the governor who signed the university into existence and whose nickname was "Old Alcalde."It is published six times a year and mailed to the 96,000 members of the Texas Exes.

University of Wisconsin Madison Law Building

The law building is located on Bascom Hill on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, at 975 Bascom Mall, Madison, Wisconsin.

The University of Wisconsin Law School offers two major programs and one doctorate program to the almost 800 students that make up the student body.

Yale Alumni Magazine

The Yale Alumni Magazine is an alumni magazine about Yale University. It was founded in 1891. It is independent from the university, and is governed and published by a corporation, Yale Alumni Publications, Inc.The Magazine's statement of purpose approved on June 16, 2003 says:

As of July 2015 the editor-in-chief was Kathrin Day Lassila.

Yale College

Yale College is the undergraduate liberal arts college of Yale University. Founded in 1701, it is the original school of the university. Although other schools of the university were founded as early as 1810, all of Yale was officially known as Yale College until 1887, when its schools were confederated and the institution was renamed Yale University.

Originally established to train Congregationalist ministers, the college began teaching humanities and natural sciences by the late 18th century. At the same time, students began organizing extracurricular organizations, first literary societies, and later publications, sports teams, and singing groups. By the mid-19th century, it was the largest college in the United States. In 1847, it was joined by another undergraduate degree-granting school at Yale, the Sheffield Scientific School, which was absorbed into the college in the mid-20th century. These merged curricula became the basis of the modern-day liberal arts curriculum, which requires students to take courses in a broad range of subjects, including foreign language, composition, sciences, and quantitative reasoning, in addition to electing a departmental major in their sophomore year.

The most distinctive feature of undergraduate life is the school's system of residential colleges, established in 1932 and modeled after constituent schools of English universities. All undergraduates live in these colleges after their freshman year, when most live on the school's Old Campus.

Yale School of Art

The Yale School of Art is the art school of Yale University. Founded in 1869 as the first professional fine arts school in the United States, it grants Masters of Fine Arts degrees to students completing a two-year course in graphic design, painting/printmaking, photography, or sculpture.

U.S. News & World Report's 2012 and 2013 rankings rated Yale first in the United States for its Masters of Fine Arts programs. The Yale Daily News reported in February 2007 that 1,215 applicants for its class of 2009 sought admission to 55 places. The Yale Alumni Magazine reported in November 2008 that the School admitted sixty-five applicants from among 1,142 for its class of 2010, and that fifty-six enrolled.

Any student applying to the school must have an exceptional undergraduate record as well as a complete body of work for presentation. This is further followed by an essay and recommendations. The complete process for an applicant requires great preparation and the process must be completed in accordance with strict guidelines established by the school.

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