The digitization of The Springhillian, our student newspaper, allows researchers, students, faculty, and friends of Spring Hill College a unique glimpse into life on campus over the past one hundred years. Over the years, the student newspaper has chronicled student government, social events on campus, athletics, and student life.
The Springhillian Digitization Project was generously funded by the Friends of the Spring Hill College Library. The library faculty and staff are grateful for their contribution on this essential project.
Of note, many school years a single, special April Fool's Day issue called "The Springhooligan" was published. These issues are searchable in the collection with the regular school year issues.
Searching online can be done by keyword or date. Please use the collection link above to begin your search.
ResCarta, the software that operates the digital collection, has Help pages built straight into the platform if you need assistance while searching. The help documentation screen will look like the one below.
The library faculty are aware we have a few missing issues or pages. Missing issues currently include:
Volume 29, Issue 5, Pages 3-6
Volume 38, Issue 12, Pages 3-4
Volume 44 1966-1967 Academic Year
Volume 83, Issue 1 (whole issue)
Volume 96, No. 1-3 (whole issues)
Volume 103, No. 1-4 (whole issues)
If you have a copy of missing pages or missing issues that you would like to donate to the Spring Hill College Archives, please contact Gentry Holbert, Library Director, at (251) 380-3871 or firstname.lastname@example.org.