LVC's digital archives have expanded once again. You can now view online copies of LVC student newspaper, La Vie Collegienne, dating back to 1925. Other historic College publications including The Quad, The Crucible, College News, The Forum, and The College Forum have also been digitized and are available for you to access at www.lvc.edu/archives. The Library is in the process of digitizing additional issues of La Vie Collegienne, so more will be added as they become available. The image above was taken from the February 10, 1966 edition of La Vie Collegienne and the lead story is about LVC's centennial in 1966.
In addition, Lebanon Valley College: A Centennial History by Dr. Paul A. W. Wallace (featured in the above article from the Sept. 16, 1965 La Vie Collegienne) has also been digitized and is available on the LVC Archives website. Lebanon Valley College celebrated its centennial in 1966 with the publication. Dr. Paul A. W. Wallace, a noted author, historian, and anthropologist, was a professor of English and chairman of the English department at Lebanon Valley College for many years. He also served as the editor of the quarterly journal, Pennsylvania History, as well as a consultant and historian for the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission. His studies focused on colonial American history, including Native Americans in Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania German culture.