• Creator
  • International Young Men's Christian Association Training School (Springfield, Mass.)
  • Created Date
  • 1908-10
  • Publisher
  • International Young Men's Christian Association Training School (Springfield, Mass.)
  • Description
  • The Association Seminar was published from October, 1901 to February, 1918. It replaced the Association Outlook which ceased publication after its July, 1900 edition, and the departure of Dr. Luther Halsey Gulick, who was the main editor of the publication. As the Association Outlook did, the Training School Notes, listing the happenings at the school and information on and from Alumni, continued to be published in the Association Seminar. In ... more
    The Association Seminar was published from October, 1901 to February, 1918. It replaced the Association Outlook which ceased publication after its July, 1900 edition, and the departure of Dr. Luther Halsey Gulick, who was the main editor of the publication. As the Association Outlook did, the Training School Notes, listing the happenings at the school and information on and from Alumni, continued to be published in the Association Seminar. In addition, the Springfield Student (the Student), the student newspaper on campus, was first published as part of the Association Seminar during the 1909-1910 school year. The main goal of the Association Seminar was to publish works by the Student, Faculty and Alumni of the International YMCA Training School, now Springfield College, which may not otherwise have been released to the larger YMCA public. These works include articles on physical education, religion, sporting events, boys work, and other topics important to the YMCA. Other sections within the Association Seminar include Alumni Notes, Training School Notes, and Training School Library. There is no reason given for the publication ending and, as far as it is known, it was not replaced by any other publication. less
  • Format
  • Periodicals
  • Rights
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