Nashville: Fisk University, 1916. Magazine. 32p., 6x9 inches, booklet in stapled gray wraps printed blue. Editorials, letters, sports results, arts, club news, and other material appears in this special "Students Number," compiled by the students themselves. Light staining and heavier toning to covers and margins of text block, also mild wear and a vertical crease.
Monthly publication from the African American University founded in 1865. The News began publication in 1910 and ended in 1925. Only 9 holdings (of broken runs or indivual copies of various issues) located in OCLC as of 4/2015. This issue includes a selection from "How to rise as a race" by Sutton E. Griggs; a report on her experiences as a resident of the French Quarter in Paris by C. Edwina Yerby, who notes its multi-ethnic character; a short story by Gladys D. Dunbar, and more.