30th Anniversary of the First Publication of the Emmanuel Quarterly

The cover of the first issue of the Emmanuel Quarterly

The cover of the first issue of the Emmanuel Quarterly

In the Spring of 1983, following in the footsteps of such publications as Logos and Emmanuel Alumnae Magazine, the inaugural issue the Emmanuel Quarterly was released and like the previous two publications it was designed to provide information on campus activities, informational profiles and class notes. Throughout the 1980s the Emmanuel Quarterly covered, not only commencements and class reunions, but also such issues as women in the 1980s (Summer 1983), Emmanuel sponsored Democratic Presidential Primary Forum (Spring 1984), the development of new courses at the College, such as “The City” that was designed to review the social and historical foundations of urban planning and engineering (Winter 1986) and the renovations of Marian Hall and the Administration Building (Winter 1987). By the 1990s, however, the Emmanuel Quarterly had been replaced by such publications as the Emmanuel College Magazine (Spring 1994) and then in 2000 by the Emmanuel Magazine.

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