UVic Newspapers

All newspapers listed below are available in original form through UVic Archives.

The Microscope, 1938-1940, 1946-1948

The Microscope was the Victoria College student newsletter. From 1938-1940, it was produced as a typescript newsletter containing articles, and original photographs and cartoons, which was posted for students to read. Canadian author Pierre Berton was an assistant editor and principle cartoonist for these issues. From 1946-1948 it was a four page printed newspaper.

The Martlet, 1948-1973

The Martlet succeeded The Microscope as the student newspaper at Victoria College in 1948, and continued through the transition from the College to the University of Victoria in 1963. It remains the University's principle student newspaper. Its sponsoring bodies have been the Victoria College Alma Mater Society and its successors, the University of Victoria Alma Mater Society, and the University of Victoria Students' Society.

Gazette of the University of Victoria, 1963-1975

The Gazette of the University of Victoria reported information about major policy decisions made by the Board of Governors and Senate, listed faculty and staff appointments and promotions, and reported on new buildings and various events.

UVic Alumni Quarterly, 1965-1980

The University of Victoria Alumni Quarterly was published by the Alumni Association of the University of Victoria. It contained news relating to the alumni, events and activities of the University.