America Sings (1967)
This publication by the National Poetry Press includes three poems by Franklin Pierce College students.
The Diogenes Club Review (1969-1970)
The Diogenes Club was an informal, extracurricular club made up of students in Freshman Composition 3, 1969-70.
The Gate (1975-76)
This news magazine was published by students in the Editing and Publishing course, in conjunction with the Journalism Club.
The Literary Magazine (1971-1974)
This college literary magazine was advised by Ritchie Darling.
Monad (1965, 1967)
This student publication was advised by faculty members Salvatore DeSimone and Ronald Patterson.
Northern New England Review (1973-present)
This longtime literary magazine seeks submissions from around the world, as well as the FPU community.
This student literary magazine was advised by Ritchie Darling.
Franklin Pierce Studies in Literature: 1981
A literary journal edited by Prof. James F. Maybury. Includes five critical essays selected from among the various papers presented at the FPC Conference on Literary Criticism and Creative Writing, held in Rindge on Oct. 17 & 18, 1981.
Salut Literary Magazine (1982-1984)
A literary arts magazine. Includes poetry, prose, artwork, and photography by FPC students and faculty.
Révolutionnaire (Oct. 1984)
A newsletter in French, Italian, and English.
Spankin' Fierce (Feb.-Sept. 1996)
A newsletter format newspaper, published as an alternative to the Pierce Arrow.
The Malcontent: the Official Underground Unnewspaper of Franklin Pierce College...and we don't care whether you like it or not... (mid-1990s)
One issue of a discontented student publication.
Fiddlestix Review (Spring/Fall 1997)
A literary journal co-produced by Sigma Tau Delta & The English Club
Franklin Pierce Insider (1999)
One issue of a newsletter commenting on a FPC proposal to join with the University of Sint Eustatius School of Medicine. Includes a copy of a letter from the school of medicine to President Hagerty dated August 30, 1999.
The Tinkle Times (1 issue - 2010?)
This publication of the Office of Student Activities provided bathroom reading material and up-coming activities on campus.
Nevermore: A Franklin Pierce Review (2010- )
In 2010, the Fiddlestix Review was reinvented as Nevermore. It provides a literary outlet for students, faculty, staff and alums.
Student Publications 1960s-1990s
Box 1 & 2