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Cornell Chronicle Vol. 13, No. 1 - No. 37, 1981-1982
The Cornell Chronicle began publication in 1969 as a weekly newspaper delivered to campus newsstands. It is a publication of the Division of University Communications and serves as the primary source of news about Cornell University. The Chronicle includes news, research and features about university programs, students, faculty and the administration.
Beginning in 1996, the Chronicle developed an online version of the print publication. In August 2009, the newspaper ceased print production and distribution, providing print-on-demand capability from their online version.
The Cornell Chronicle issues available here are volumes 1:1 (1969) through 28:7 (1996). For more recent issues, please visit the Cornell Chronicle Online.