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The first course catalog was published in the fall of 1963, a full year before the College opened.
Letter From Pitzer College was the first publication to emerge from the new institution. The first letter came out in November 1963, 10 months before the College opened its doors to new students in September 1964.
The Other Side was a Pitzer student newspaper that was published starting in the spring of 1979.
The Annual Report, also called the Report of Excellence, reports on the year in review and on the accomplishments of the College.
Sound-Off! was established in September 1964 to insure communication throughout the Pitzer community. The first issues were publications from the Dean with instructions and suggestions. With time, it became a means of free expression.
The Participant is a magazine published by the Office of College Advancement and Communication.