The Chicago-Kent Bulletin
The Chicago-Kent Bulletin was begun in June of 1916 by faculty member Edward J. Veasey, Jr. It was intended to be a monthly publication, described in the 1917 edition of The Transcript as “a medium whereby the events which transpire within the school, worthy of mention may come to light.” Issues of the Bulletin include sections describing the activities of each enrolled class and an alumni section. Issues include an editorial, poetry, humor, photos of faculty members, and cartoons.
The 1917 edition of The Transcript credits O.G. Young (’18) as business manager and editorial writer, O.B. Durand (’18) as Chief of Staff, H.E. Taylor (’18) as poetry contributor, editor of humor section, and alumni section writer.
Whipple, Jona, "Guide to AC025 - The Chicago-Kent Bulletin" (2014). Finding Aids. 26.