Preserving our institutional memory is essential to Creighton University. Thanks to our University Archives, you have online access to:
Feeling nostalgic? Wondering what Creighton was like back in the 1920s? Whether you want to look through the Bluejay from your time at Creighton or see what life was like on campus in the early 20th century, you can do that thanks to our digitized collection of yearbooks.
The weekly student newspaper, The Creightonian, debuted in October 1922, replacing The Creighton Courier as the primary source of campus news. The student-run weekly newspaper continues today and is available in print and online. The Courier was revived in November 1925 as Creighton’s alumni publication, and was then replaced in 1927 by the Creighton Alumnus magazine, now called the Creighton Magazine. Most of these key publications, from 1912 to 2009, are available online.
Want to see a photograph of the 1900 Creighton football team? Wonder what campus looked like at the turn of the 20th century? Take a look through Creighton’s digital images repository—then check back often as more prints, negatives and slides are digitized and available online.