The Atlanta University Bulletin

The Atlanta University Bulletin was published quarterly by the University. The purpose of the newsletter was to tell the story of the work being done at the University. Originally a monthly, the Bulletin contained information on issues pertaining to education for African Americans, articles on the academic program of the University, accomplishments of alumni, editorial comments on political issues and racial injustices, speeches and sermons delivered to the students by distinguished Americans, reprints of materials from various journals, and appeals for financial aid. The Bulletin also contained many illustrations and pictures of the campus and campus events. In 1910, the Bulletin became a quarterly and devoted every fourth issue to the publication of the Atlanta University Catalog, which usually contained a list of trustees, faculty, descriptions of the University, school calendar, and course offerings.

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